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5 Matching questions

  1. moor
  2. Industrial Revolution
  3. cultural divergence
  4. summit
  5. canton
  1. a highest point of a mountain and in Europe The Alps
  2. b deliberate efforts to keep cultures separate. An example of this would be The fighting between Irish Catholics and Protestants led to an example of this.
  3. c broad, treeless rolling plains
  4. d a political division or state. One of the states in Switzerland
  5. e the change from an agricultural to an industrial society and from home manufacturing to factory production, especially the one that took place in England from about 1750 to about 1850.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. energy produced from the heat of the earths interior. This kind of energy accounts for a large share of the power used for heat and electricity in Iceland
  2. deep and wide enough to allow large ships to pass. An example of this in Spain is the Guadalquivir River.
  3. This is what the Dutch call land reclaimed from the sea in this way
  4. Hot, dry prevailing winds from North Africa that blow over the Southeastern region of Spain.
  5. transfer power to smaller regions. An example of this is when Belgium transfered power to regions of Wallonia, Flanders and Brussels

5 True/False questions

  1. eurocentral point of concentrated activity and influence. An example of this would be Madrid as it was the central point of concentrated activity and of transportation routes

          

  2. prevaling westerliesmeans rebirth- During this time many advances in science and technology occured.

          

  3. tertiary economic activitiesHas many earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. An example of a place with lots of this is in the Apennine Mountains . It begins in the northwest and arcs all the way down to the Italian Peninsula

          

  4. fertileable to produce abundant crops

          

  5. grabenareas of land that have dropped down between faults. The Aegean Sea to the east of the Greek mainland occupies one of these.