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Question 1: Just before the storm was about to hit the ________, a trough brought it northward, where dry air and vertical shear caused it to dissipate on March 23.
United StatesPhilippinesEast TimorPapua New Guinea

Question 2: [2] In Taiwan, forecasters at the Central Weather Bureau issued a typhoon warning as forecast models predicted a high probability of the typhoon hitting ________.
TaiwanPhilippinesTaiwanese aboriginesTaiwanese people

Question 3: From May 15 to May 17, Tropical Depression 05W persisted in the ________ before dissipating over open waters.
South China SeaJava SeaTimor SeaCelebes Sea

Question 4: Typhoon Nock-ten passed 160 miles south of ________ on October 20.
PalauGuamMarshall IslandsTuvalu

Question 5: Between December 19 and 20, Noru brought high winds and heavy rains to the northern ________.
Northern Mariana IslandsSaipanTinianMariana Islands

Question 6: The final storm of the season, Noru, formed on December 17 to the east-southeast of ________.
Hagåtña, GuamSaipanAtlantaNorthern Mariana Islands

Question 7: The 2004 Pacific typhoon season has no official bounds; it ran year-round in 2004, but most ________ tend to form in the northwestern Pacific Ocean between May and November.
RainTropical cyclone basinsEye (cyclone)Tropical cyclone

Question 8: A reverse-oriented ________ extended from the Philippine Sea northeastward for hundreds of miles spawned a disturbed area around 22N/150E late on August 8.
ThunderstormTropical cyclogenesisMonsoon troughTropical cyclone

Question 9: Kompasu is the Japanese word for compass, and the name of the ________ Circinus.
Taurus (constellation)ConstellationCanis MajorCrux

Question 10: Chanthu is a type of flower found in ________.
Papua New GuineaMalaysiaCambodiaCanada
















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