NAME

Question types


Start with


Question limit

of 145 available terms

Advertisement
Print test

5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. D
  2. birthrate
  3. F
  4. rural
  5. C
  1. a Sunni

    a-Christian
    b-Easter
    c-Islamic
    d-other
  2. b Which is NOT commontality between the US and CAnada?
    a-appalachian mountains
    b-St. Lawrence River
    c-Rocky Mountains
    d-French, English, and Spanish heritage
  3. c Provides for life-changing services

    a-language
    b-religion
    c-family
    d-social organizations
    e-government
    f-technology
  4. d countryside
  5. e the number of live births each year per 1000 people

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. identifies the symbols used on a map
  2. Dry, treeless plain that sprouts grasses and mosses only in summer, when the top layer of soil thaws
  3. Contains the city that claims to e the cradle of French civilzation in the new world

    a- Albeta
    b- British Columbia
    c-Manitoba
    D-New Brunswick
    E-Newfoundland
    F-Northwest Territories
    G-Nova Scotia
    H-Ontario
    I-Nunavut
    J-Prince Edward Island
    K-Quebec
    L-Saskatchewan
    M-Yukon Territory
  4. Each country in the world has all of the following characteristics EXCEPT
    a-A population that an vary greatly in size, density, and diversity
    b-Natural borders, such as mountains that seperate it from other countries
    c-A government that makes and enforces public policies and provides for common needs
    d-the ability to rule itself by establishing its own policies and determining its own course of action
  5. dark-colored organic material

5 True/False questions

  1. equatoran imaginary line that runs east and west but measures north and south at 0 degrees

          

  2. BProtestant

    a-Christian
    b-Easter
    c-Islamic
    d-other

          

  3. cultural hearththe numer of deaths each year per 1000 people

          

  4. megalopolisworship of one God

          

  5. AIs the cornerstone of culture

    a-language
    b-religion
    c-family
    d-social organizations
    e-government
    f-technology