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Multiple Choice For Every Country #2

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1. Afghanistan: borders China.
True
False
The border is approximately 76 km (47 mi) long.
2. Albania: is the only Muslim-majority nation in Europe.
True
False
Kosovo (95.6%, 2011) and Bosnia and Herzegovina (50.7%, 2013) also have Muslim majorities.
3. Algeria: What is the two-letter country code of Algeria?
AL
DZ
HB
4. Andorra: is the only country with what official language?
Romansh
Livonian
Catalan
5. Angola: What is the currency of Angola?
Kwanza
CFA Franc
Rand
6. Antigua and Barbuda: What was the name of Boggy Peak from 2009-2016?
Mount Obama
Mount Klain
Mount Kissinger
7. Argentina: is named for what element on the Periodic Table?
Arsenic
Copper
Silver
8. Armenia: The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is between Armenia and whom?
Turkey
Azerbaijan
Georgia
9. Australia: Which of these is an Australian state?
Australian Capital Territory
Tasmania
Torres Strait Island
10. Austria: has hosted an Olympic Games.
True
False
Austria hosted the 1964 Winter Olympics, in Innsbruck.
11. Azerbaijan: Of any country, Azerbaijan has the highest number of what?
Mud Volcanoes
Craters
Caves
12. Bahamas: What bird is featured on the Bahamian coat of arms?
Frigatebird
Flamingo
Shrike
13. Bahrain: It is possible to drive from Bahrain to Saudi Arabia.
True
False
Despite being an island country, it's connected by the King Fahd Causeway, a 25km roadway opened in 1986.
14. Bangladesh: Which of the following records is not held by Bangladesh?
Country with most wild tigers
Lowest number of tourists per capita
Longest natural beach.
It also has the world's largest mangrove forest.
15. Barbados: Which of the following pop singers was born in Barbados?
Beyoncé
Michael Jackson
Rihanna
16. Belarus: is the only country in Europe that uses the death penalty.
True
False
17. Belgium: has how many regions?
3
5
8
The regions are Brussels, Flanders, and Wallonia.
18. Belize: The Great Blue Hole is what kind of geographic feature?
Atoll
Sinkhole
Trench
19. Benin: Voodoo originated in the modern-day country of Benin.
True
False
20. Bhutan: Why is Gangkhar Puensum significant?
It's the world's highest unclimbed mountain.
It's the supposed dwelling place of the legendary Druk.
Its summit produces the world's highest wind speeds.
21. Bolivia: How many official languages does Bolivia have?
6
20
37
22. Bosnia & Herzegovina: is the largest country of the former Yugoslav republics.
True
False
Serbia is larger, both in population and area.
23. Botswana: What is the only country to produce more diamonds?
Mexico
Russia
United States
24. Brazil: The capital, Brasilia, is laid out in the shape of an airplane.
True
False
25. Brunei: Kampong Ayer is a settlement known for its 42 ___________.
Buddhist temples
Stilt villages
Oil rigs
The settlement is nicknamed "Venice of the East."
26. Bulgaria: What food is food made with help from Lactobacillus bulgaricus?
Cheese
Yogurt
Almond milk
27. Burkina Faso: People from Burkina Faso are referred to as _____.
Burkinabes
Mossians
Fasodogo
28. Burundi: Which of these cities has not, at one time, been the capital?
Gitega
Muyinga
Bujumbura
29. Cambodia: Of any language, Khmer has the most letters in its alphabet.
True
False
It has 74 letters.
30. Cameroon: What country colonized Cameroon, calling it Kamerun?
France
Germany
United Kingdom
31. Canada: Baffin Island is a part of which Canadian territory?
Yukon
Northwest Territories
Nunavut
32. Cape Verde: What is the nearest African mainland country?
Senegal
Gambia
Mauritania
33. Central African Republic: emits the least ____ pollution of any country.
Air
Light
Sound
34. Chad: reportedly has more of which species than any other country?
Camel
Cheetah
Rhinoceros
35. Chile: Which of the following records is not held by Chile?
World's largest fjord
World's highest volcano
World's strongest earthquake
The Atacama Desert is also the world's driest.
36. China: What is the first animal in the Chinese zodiac?
Dragon
Tiger
Rat
The tiger is third, and the dragon is fifth.
37. Colombia: has the highest average rainfall of any country.
True
False
It receives around 324 cm per year.
38. Comoros: What is the state religion?
Hinduism
Islam
Christianity
39. Costa Rica: Which of these monkeys cannot be found in Costa Rica?
Capuchin
Squirrel Monkey
Marmoset
40. Croatia: joined what international body in 2013?
NATO
United Nations
European Union
41. Cuba: Introduced in 1959, "libreta" is what type of government-run system?
Rationing
Work authorization
Healthcare
42. Cyprus: is geographically closer to Africa than Europe.
True
False
43. Czech Republic: famously occurring in 1419 and 1618, what is defenestration?
Starving someone to death
Throwing someone out of a window
A type of military coup
44. Democratic Republic of the Congo: is a landlocked country.
True
False
It would be, if not for a small 40 km (25 mi) coastline on the Atlantic Ocean.
45. Denmark: Which of these toys is a Danish invention?
Rubik's Cube
LEGOs
Koosh Ball
The Rubik's Cube is a Hungarian invention, while the Koosh Ball is American.
46. Djibouti: What Asian country is only 20 km away from Djibouti?
Saudi Arabia
Yemen
Jordan
47. Dominica: What is the national animal, featured on the Dominican flag?
Common Ground Dove
Sisserou Parrot
Caribbean Flamingo
48. Dominican Republic: was a French colony.
True
False
Its eastern neighbor, Haiti, was a French colony. The Dominican Republic was colonized by the Spanish.
49. East Timor: Which of these seas does not border East Timor?
Coral
Timor
Banda
50. Ecuador: Quito is the capital and most populous urban area in Ecuador.
True
False
While Quito is the capital, Guayaquil is more populous.
51. Egypt: Which of the following was not one of the 10 plagues of Egypt?
Frogs
Hail
Drought
52. El Salvador: Pupusas, the national dish, are a type of stuffed _______.
Tortilla
Pepper
Guinea Pig
53. Equatorial Guinea: contains the wettest place in Africa.
True
False
The tiny village of San Antonio de Ureca receives as much as 10,450 mm (411 in) of rain per year!
54. Eritrea: When did the country become independent?
1965
1993
2004
55. Estonia: In 2005, became the first country to do what?
Vote by internet
Legalize same-sex marriage
Allocate reparations for slavery.
56. Eswatini: After Uluru, Sibebe is the world's second largest _______.
Monolith
Nature Reserve
Gorge
57. Ethiopia: What major international organization is located in Addis Ababa?
World Bank
African Union
UNESCO
World Bank is located in Washington D.C., USA. UNESCO is headquartered in Paris, France.
58. Fed. States of Micronesia: which of the following records in not Micronesian?
Most inhabited islands of any country
Largest humanitarian airlift
Most color-blind place on Earth
59. Fiji: What is the most popular sport?
Cricket
Football
Rugby Union
60. Finland: What is the Finnish name for Finland?
Suomi
Sverige
Helvetia
61. France: After Paris, what is the most populous urban area?
Lyon
Toulouse
Nice
62. Gabon: Which of the following colors is not featured on the national flag?
Yellow
Blue
Red
63. Gambia: For decades, Gambians used ____ to vote.
Spears
Marbles
Currency
64. Georgia: What objects appear on the national flag?
Crescents
Crosses
Stars
65. Germany: From 1949-1990, what was the capital of West Germany?
Frankfurt
Bonn
Munich
66. Ghana: Kofi Annan was the head of what international organization?
United Nations
African Union
World Trade Organization
67. Greece: how many letters are in the Greek alphabet?
16
24
46
68. Grenada: what term refers to the country's six administrative divisions?
Prefectures
Parishes
Cantons
69. Guatemala: Guatemala City is the most populous city in Central America.
True
False
70. Guinea: has the world's largest reserves of what natural resource?
Copper
Bauxite
Phosphate
71. Guinea-Bissau: contains numerous islands.
True
False
The Bissagos Islands are a group of 88 islands off the coast of Guinea-Bissau. The people of these islands supposedly live under a matriarchal structure.
72. Guyana: the country's name translates to "land of many _______."
Waters
Forests
Rocks
73. Haiti: What was the country's colonial name?
Saint Domingue
Saint Barthelemy
Western Hispaniola
74. Honduras: in Spanish, the country's name translates to ______.
Shores
Mountaintops
Depths
75. Hungary: Who has been the prime minister of Hungary since 2010?
Alexander Lukashenko
Viktor Orbán
Andrzej Duda
76. Iceland: what is the Althing?
World's oldest parliament
Iceland's largest volcano
World's largest taiga biome
Founded in 930 A.D, Iceland's parliament is at least 200 years older than England's.
77. India: What is Hinduism's highest caste?
Kshatriya
Dalit (Untouchables)
Brahmin
78. Indonesia: is the only country with wild orangutans.
True
False
Orangutans can also be found in the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak, in northern Borneo.
79. Iran: Which of the following was not a "Great" king of ancient Persia?
Darius III
Xerxes
Peter I
Peter the Great was a czar of Russia.
80. Iraq: What biblical patriarch was born in the city of Ur?
Abraham
David
Solomon
81. Ireland: What is the country's longest river?
Liffey
Boyne
Shannon
82. Israel: is the only country where Hebrew is an official language.
True
False
83. Italy: Which of the following Italian cities has not hosted an Olympic games?
Turin
Florence
Rome
84. Ivory Coast: is the world's top producer of what product?
Coffee
Cocoa
Yams
85. Jamaica: In what Winter Olympic sport has Jamaica competed multiple times?
Bobsled
Speed Skating
Alpine Skiing
86. Japan: Which of the following martial arts did not originate in Japan?
Taekwondo
Judo
Karate
87. Jordan: Which of the following seas does Jordan not border?
Dead Sea
Arabian Sea
Red Sea
88. Kazakhstan: Which of the following statements about the country is false?
The world's largest inland sea is the Aral Sea.
The largest city is Almaty.
The capital city was recently renamed.
The Aral Sea, while once the world's largest inland sea, has mostly evaporated.
89. Kenya: People come to Masaai Mara to view the annual migration of what?
Flamingos
Wildebeest
Gazelles
90. Kiribati: What country broke away from Kiribati in 1976?
Palau
Nauru
Tuvalu
91. Kosovo: is a member of the United Nations.
True
False
92. Kuwait: What is the title of the Kuwaiti monarch?
Shah
Sultan
Emir
93. Kyrgyzstan: contains the world's largest walnut forest.
True
False
94. Laos: What is the country's national animal?
Gibbon
Saola
Elephant
95. Latvia: What is the country's most popular sport?
Basketball
Ice Hockey
Football
96. Lebanon: What Shia political party is considered a UN terrorist organization?
Hamas
Islamic Unification Movement
Hezbollah
97. Lesotho: is Africa's only monarchy.
True
False
Morocco and Eswatini are also monarchies.
98. Liberia: What is the country's historical name?
Smiling Coast
Pepper Coast
Dahomey
99. Libya: A sirocco is a type of ________.
Wind
Instrument
Street vendor
In Libya, the phenomenon is known as a ghibli and can reach hurricane speeds.
100. Liechtenstein: does not border which of the following countries?
Austria
Italy
Switzerland
101. Lithuania: What is the country's second most populous city?
Odessa
Kaunas
Gdansk
102. Luxembourg: The seat of what EU branch is located in the country?
Court of Justice
European Parliament
Economic and Social Committee
103. Madagascar: Baobabs are a type of _______.
Tree
Primate
Nomadic village
104. Malawi: Inspired by the setting sun over Lake Malawi, "Malawi" means...
Calendar lake
Flaming waters
Glistening fish
105. Malaysia: the national flag was inspired by this country's flag.
Liberia
United States
Thailand
106. Maldives: is the world's smallest Islamic nation in area.
True
False
107. Mali: among all countries, is tied for the highest average annual...
Temperature
Air Pollution
Wind speed
108. Malta: is closer to Tunisia than Italy.
True
False
While 284 km (176 mi) east of Tunisia, Malta is only 80 km (50 mi) south of Italy.
109. Marshall Islands: what is the world's largest land-living arthropod?
Japanese spider crab
Coconut crab
Huntsman's spider
110. Mauritania: Of any African country, has the highest percentage of Muslims.
True
False
Approximately 99.9% of the population is Muslim. The only country higher is the Maldives, at 100%
111. Mauritius: what is the most popular religion?
Hinduism
Buddhism
Christianity
112. Mexico: what dog breed is named for a Mexican state?
Corgi
Podenco
Chihuahua
113. Moldova: Mileștii Mici holds the record for the world's largest ________.
Javelin
Inland beach
Wine cellar
It also holds the record for the world's largest wine collection.
114. Monaco: What demigod, according to legend, built Monaco's port?
Achilles
Hercules
Perseus
115. Mongolia: has the lowest population density of any country.
True
False
116. Montenegro: Which of the following statements is false?
Podgorica was previously named Titograd.
Montenegro contains the world's oldest olive tree.
The country has a royal family.
117. Morocco: of any country, has the most red on its national flag.
True
False
118. Mozambique: What starchy root is a staple crop?
Cassava
Rutabaga
Ginger
119. Myanmar: what is the country's main river?
Mekong
Irrawaddy
Brahmaputra
120. Namibia: has wild penguin populations.
True
False
121. Nauru: has a national airline.
True
False
Nauru Airlines flies to one passenger destination, Brisbane, Australia.
122. Nepal: What is the approximate height of Mt. Everest?
32,641 feet (9894 m)
25,456 feet (7759 m)
29,032 feet (8,849 m)
The mountain grows by approximately 2 cm each year!
123. Netherlands: What term refers to Dutch land reclaimed from a sea or river?
Polder
Dike
Wold
124. New Zealand: Which of the following is not (or was not) a flightless NZ bird?
Kiwi
Moa
Kea
125. Nicaragua: Lake Nicaragua is the only major freshwater lake with ______.
Jellyfish
Sharks
Dolphins
126. Niger: Visitors can find what at the The Dabous Giraffe Petroglyph?
Africa's oldest archeological site
World's oldest giraffe bones
Largest known, life-size animal carvings
127. Nigeria: What music style was popularized by Nigerian Fela Kuti?
African reggae
Afrobeat
Funk
128. North Korea: has made all of the following claims, except...
Kim Jong-Il shooting 11 hole-in-ones on his first attempt at playing golf
a literacy rate of 100% for both men and women
possession of climate-changing, carbon-capture technology.
129. North Macedonia: What object is depicted on the national flag?
Cross
Sun
Eagle
130. Norway: What Norwegian traditional dish is fish aged in lye?
Ćevapi
Arancini
Lutefisk
131. Oman: The capital's name is also a type of what fruit?
Grape
Apricot
Apple
132. Pakistan: The markhor, Pakistan's national animal, is a type of ________.
Horse
Goat
Falcon
133. Palau: has the world's least populous capital.
True
False
Ngerulmud, the capital, houses roughly 271 individuals (1.5% of the population)
134. Panama: What country built the Panama Canal?
France
Spain
United States
135. Papua New Guinea: has approximately how many spoken languages?
182
420
851
136. Paraguay: has approximately 2.01 of these animals for every human.
Cow
Llama
Horse
137. Peru: What is cuy, the national dish?
Guinea Pig
Capybara
Clam
138. Philippines: in 2014, Makati City earned itself what distinction?
Most green-friendly city
World's largest yo-yo manufacturer
Selfie capital of the world
139. Poland: What is Poland's longest river?
Volga
Vistula
Danube
140. Portugal: Produces 50% of the world total for what wine-product?
Grapes
Cork
Decanter
141. Qatar: Approximately 0% of the country's land is covered with...
Beaches
Forests
Lakes
142. Republic of the Congo: The Congo River holds what record?
Deepest river
Most polluted river
Most productive inland fishery
143. Romania: To what family language does Romanian belong?
Germanic
Slavic
Romance
144. Russia: Which of these Russian cities is closest to an ocean?
Moscow
Novosibirsk
Vladivostok
145. Rwanda: in its lower parliament, more than 60% of representation is female.
True
False
146. Saint Kitts & Nevis: in an hour, it is possible to swim between the islands.
True
False
The record is 58 minutes.
147. Saint Lucia: found exclusively in St. Lucia, what are pitons?
Mountainous volcano plugs
A type of small rodent
Coral reef formation
148. Saint Vincent & the Grenadines: had what disaster famously occur in 2021?
Volcanic eruption
Earthquake
Tsunami
149. Samoa: For traditional Samoans, what are pe'a and mula?
a type of house
Tattoos
Staple crops
150. San Marino: is the only country with more ________ than people.
Automobiles
Buildings
Roads and bridges
151. São Tomé and Príncipe: what is the only smaller African nation?
Comoros
Seychelles
Mauritius
152. Saudi Arabia: is the world's only country, in the UN, without a river.
True
False
Plenty of other countries, including Libya, Monaco, Bahamas, among others, are without a river. Saudi Arabia is merely the largest in area.
153. Senegal: contains an island made entirely out of seashells.
True
False
154. Serbia: With what country does Serbia share its largest border?
Croatia
Romania
Albania
155. Seychelles: What island country lies closest to the country?
Maldives
Madagascar
Mauritius
156. Sierra Leone: What disease outbreak killed 3,956 from 2013-2016?
Ebola
Typhoid Fever
Malaria
157. Singapore: Which of the following products is banned in Singapore?
Glue
Coffee
Chewing gum
158. Slovakia: Why is Kremnické Bane village significant?
It contains the world's oldest church.
It claims to be the geographic center of Europe
It is where Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated.
159. Slovenia: Where would one find the aquatic salamanders known as olm?
Caves
Saltwater rivers
Lagoons
160. Solomon Islands: Prior to colonization, what was used as currency?
Rocks
Shell beads
Coconut husk
161. Somalia: has become famous for what crime in the 21st century?
Piracy
Terrorism
Enslavement
162. South Africa: What is the nickname of South Africa's rugby union team?
Ivory Hustlers
All Blacks
Springboks
163. South Korea: What Korean dish's name translates to "mixed rice?"
Bibimbap
Kimchi
Chow mein
164. South Sudan: gained independence in what year?
2006
2011
2013
165. Spain: What spice flavors paella, the national dish?
Cumin
Paprika
Saffron
166. Sri Lanka: What animal is depicted on the national flag?
Lion
Tiger
Elephant
167. Sudan: is currently the largest country in Africa.
True
False
Prior to South Sudan's independence, Sudan was the largest. Currently, however, Algeria and the Democratic Republic of Congo are larger.
168. Suriname: On what river is the country's capital, Paramaribo, situated?
Suriname
Amazon
Orinoco
169. Sweden: The country's capital, Stockholm, is situated on islands.
True
False
170. Switzerland: Which of the following is not a Swiss company?
Rolex
Nestlé
Gucci
Gucci is Italian.
171. Syria: What country has admitted the most Syrian refugees?
Turkey
United States
Germany
172. Taiwan: What is the former name of the island of Taiwan?
Ceylon
Formosa
Ciskei
173. Tajikistan: contains glaciers.
True
False
174. Tanzania: Which of the following facts about Mount Kilimanjaro is false?
It is the world's largest freestanding mountain.
It contains five different types of climatic zones.
It is an extinct volcano.
175. Thailand: What is the country's largest island?
Phuket
Jeju
Hainan
176. Togo: was once rated the world's "saddest country" by the UN.
True
False
177. Tonga: is Oceania's only monarchy.
True
False
Australia and New Zealand are also monarchies.
178. Trinidad and Tobago: The Moruga Scorpion is a type of...
Chili pepper
Venomous arachnid
Dance
179. Tunisia: the ruins of Carthage lie there.
True
False
180. Turkey: What is the country's highest mountain?
The Dom
Mount Erebus
Mount Ararat
181. Turkmenistan: The capital, Ashgabat, translates to "city of..."
Love
Marble
Wind
182. Tuvalu: Which of the following statements about Tuvalu is false?
It receives the least amount of tourists of any country.
It does not have an army.
It's nicknamed the "Friendly Islands."
The "Friendly Islands" is Tonga's nickname.
183. Uganda: What is the median age of Ugandan citizens (2020)?
16.7 years
22.4 years
28.2 years
184. Ukraine: is the largest country entirely in Europe.
True
False
185. United Arab Emirates: contains how many emirates?
Four
Seven
Twelve
186. United Kingdom: Which of the following statements about the UK is false?
Eggs are typically refrigerated in stores.
Judges and lawyers commonly wear wigs in court.
Road signs mostly use miles, not kilometers.
187. United States of America: What is America's largest non-Great Lake?
Great Salt Lake
Lake Okeechobee
Lake Champlain
188. Uruguay: What traditional dance evolved in the Rio de la Plata region?
Salsa
Samba
Tango
189. Uzbekistan: What is the country's primary cash crop?
Cotton
Opium
Wheat
190. Vanuatu: is located in what Oceanian sub-division?
Micronesia
Melanesia
Polynesia
191. Vatican City: has the highest population density of any country.
True
False
Monaco has the highest population density. Vatican City is actually 7th among JetPunk countries.
192. Venezuela: Which of the following records is not Venezuelan?
Country with highest proportion of mountainous land
World's largest oil reserves
Country with world's highest proportion of protected land
193. Vietnam: Which of the following is a unique Vietnamese tradition?
Live-action role playing
Water puppetry
Stone skipping
194. Yemen: What popular beverage is thought to have originated in Yemen?
Tea
Milk
Coffee
195. Zambia: What national bird appears on the flag?
Grey crowned crane
African fish eagle
Lappet-faced vulture
196. Zimbabwe: The Zimbabwe bird, featured on the flag, is a real species.
True
False
It probably represents the bateleur eagle or the African fish eagle.
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Level 70
Oct 27, 2021
Great quiz. Lots to learn, or try to eliminate. Thanks for the effort to come up with something for every country!
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Level 68
Oct 27, 2021
Thanks! It was fun to make but very exhausting!
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Level 67
Oct 27, 2021
I feel like question 64 is a little misleading.
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Level 69
Oct 27, 2021
For question 177, shouldn't the Commonwealth Realms also be counted among the monarchies of Oceania?
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Level 75
Oct 27, 2021
Great quiz! The question for Guinea-Bissau suggests that the country is comprised (in its entirety) of (the Bissagos) Islands. That's not true.
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Level 66
Oct 28, 2021
I really enjoyed this quiz. However, it has a few mistakes.

Question 37: Colombia has the highest AVERAGE rainfall, not highest overall.

Question 71: Guinea-Bissau has numerous islands but is not COMPRISED of islands. It has significant territory on the Africa mainland.

Question 177: Australia and New Zealand are both monarchies and are in Oceania. Hence, the given answer is incorrect.

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Level 68
Jul 31, 2022
Updated. Thanks
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Level 70
Oct 28, 2021
Very interesting, learned some new things, thanks for the quiz. Got 157, but some I missed were really obvious in hindsight.

Some suggestions, in addition to the ones made by CTRH1:

-Crimea is controlled by Russia, so the Georgia question is wrong

-Brunei has fewer inhabitants than the Maldives, so it is smaller (unless you mean smaller by area, I wasn't sure)

-for the Tunisia question, "first mosque of the West" is weird since "the West" is not well-defined, but no definition I found includes Tunisia.

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Level 68
Jul 31, 2022
Updated.
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Level 60
Mar 16, 2022
This was really cool! You might need to update the Crimea question though.
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Level 68
Jul 31, 2022
Updated
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Level 58
Jun 10, 2023
Question 69 (Nice): It is not great when the entire question hinges on which version of 'Central America' you buy (ask the UN for example). It would be like if the whole Cyprus question was about which continent it is a part of ignoring that theres lots of debate on it and its quite context dependent.

Its extra confusing when I think most quizzes on Jetpunk only consider North and South america to avoid this confusion.

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Level 78
Jun 10, 2023
Wow. Just wow. What an amazing amount of work this quiz must have taken to put together. Kudos! Though I'm still hemming and hawing a little on the question of Tonga being the only monarchy (talk about "technicalities"!) nonetheless the quiz is correct and I am not! Congrats to the author!
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Level 67
Jun 10, 2023
Fun quiz. There is a little typo in the item for Micronesia; the word "in" appears, where the expected word would be "is."
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Level 56
Jun 10, 2023
Is Mt. Kilimanjaro not considered an extinct volcano?
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Level 44
Jun 11, 2023
Would not Mexico City be the most populous city in Central America, thus rendering Guatemala’s question incorrect?