World Regional Geography Final Review

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The country bordering Bangladesh on its north and east is __.

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The leading river of India is the __.

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The major river of Pakistan is the __.

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The lava-covered plateau that extends across most of southern India is known as the __.

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The area known as "the land of the five rivers" is the __.

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The periphery of the Deccan Plateau is marked by mountain ranges called __.

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The Arabian Sea coast of India is known as the __.

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The Bay of Bengal coast of India is known as the __.

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The peoples and languages of Southern India are collectively known as __.

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Telugu, Tamil, Kanarese, and Malayalam are __.

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In 1947, British India was partitioned into __.

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A minority group within India that has been seeking independence is __.

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An area whose control is still disputed by India and Pakistan is __.

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The most important, cultural, and industrial headquarters of Pakistan is __.

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In political geography, centrifugal forces are those that __.

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The dominant centripetal force in India has been __.

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Bangladesh was formerly known as __.

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A leading commercial crop that Bangladesh relies heavily on for export revenues is __.

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The Tamil and Sinhalese groups are currently in dispute over __.

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The Hindu population of Sri Lanka is called the __.

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The current system of writing Chinese with Latin characters is called the __.

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Powdery wind-blown soil is __.

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The shortest of the three great rivers in China is the __.

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The principle of extraterritoriality refers to __.

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The former Portuguese possession near the mouth of the Xi Jiang is __.

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The foreign power that established the dependency of Manchukuo in pre-communist China is __.

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The Chinese name for the Yellow River is __.

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The river that acts as the major transportation corridor for central China is __.

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Major iron and steel activities occur in __.

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The attempt to rekindle the revolutionary spirit in China in the 1960's was known as the __.

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Historically, China's most influential philosopher and teacher was __.

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The first special economic zone that has been most successful __.

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In 1965, __ broke away from Malaysia and became the smallest political entity in Southeast Asia __.

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The first stage in boundary evolution is __.

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A boundary is actually marked on the ground during the stage called __.

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The largest Muslim country in the world in terms of population number is __.

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The group forming a significant part of the commercial class in Southeast Asia is __.

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In Myanmar, Thailand, and Cambodia, most of the people are __.

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A country in Southeast Asia that remained, for the most part, a free state during the colonial era was __.

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A country that is elongated is __.

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Cochin China is today part of __.

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The power that was defeated at Dien Bien Phu in 1954 was __.

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The three cores of Vietnam are __.

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The Southeast Asian nation that exhibits the greatest degree of compactness is __.

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Angkor Wat is located in which country?

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The three countries located in the Malay Peninsula are __.

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An Archipelago is __.

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The Island identified in your test as the future of Singapore is __.

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The small oil-rich Islamic sultanate in Southeast Asia is __.

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The two main islands in the Philippines are __.

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Taiwan was at one time a colony of __.

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Singapore controls the important strait of __.

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Australia's major trading partner is __.

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The island off the south coast of Australia is known as __.

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The original people of New Zealand are __.

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The capital of Hong Kong is __.

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The Kowloon Peninsula is __.

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The Red Guards were associated with __ 20th century China.

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The Four Modernizations Program in China was __.

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A major province in western China is __.

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Nationalist China is located in the island that used to be called __.

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The river known as "China's Sorrow" is the __.

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The river that acts as the major transportation corridor for central China is the __.

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The area of China bordering on Mongolia is __.

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The Chinese name for the Yellow River is __.

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The 1958 program that attempted to collectivize agriculture in China in a very short time was __.

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The Red Basin of Sichuan, one of China's largest poplation clusters, is located in which major river basin?

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The foreign power that established the dependency of Manchuhou in pre-communist China was __.

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The nationalist leader who led 2 million refugees to Taiwan during the Communist take over the mainland and then established the Replublic of China in that island was __.

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To non-Chinese, the island of Taiwan was formerly named __.

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Because of its iron and steel producing activities, __ has emerged as the "Chinese Pittsburgh".

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The main river serving the hinterland of Shanghai is __.

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Chao Phraya is a major __ in __.

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Irrawady is in __.

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Southeast Asia's only landlocked country is __.

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__ is a place, usually a port city, where goods are imported, stored and transshipped.

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__ is an underground tunnel built to carry irrigation water from nearby mountains to arid flatlands below.

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!!!Know the capital cities of South and Southeast Asia!!!

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