Americas: Quiz

  
  
  
  
  

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Question 1: Native languages are more prominent in Latin America than in Anglo-America, with Nahuatl, ________, Aymara and Guaraní as the most common.
Quechuan languagesDutch languageQuechuaEnglish language

Question 2: Mapudungun (or Mapuche) – native language spoken by approximately 440,000 people in ________ and Argentina.
ChileFrancePhilippinesMexico

Question 3: ________ (practiced by 2 percent of Canadians [580,000 persons],[52] 0.6 to 2 percent of the U.S.
Islamic schools and branchesIslamMuslim historyMosque

Question 4: An alternate proposal, first advanced by Jules Marcou in 1875 and later recounted by novelist Jan Carew, is that the name America derives from the district of Amerrique in ________.
United StatesPhilippinesNicaraguaMexico

Question 5: Sranan Tongo, also known as Taki Taki, is the most used spoken language of ________.
PhilippinesGuyanaMalaysiaSuriname

Question 6:
What are people from Americas known as?

Question 7: Millions of individuals were forcibly transported to the Americas as slaves, prisoners or ________.
AustraliaGuyanaIndentured servantBarbados

Question 8:
Which of the following languages is spoken in Americas?
Pothowari
Spanish, English, Portuguese, French, and many others
Tupi-Guarani language
Saraiki

Question 9: [40] The Brazilian Highlands on the east coast are fairly smooth but show some variations in landform, while further south the ________ and Pampas are broad lowlands.
Gran ChacoAndesMesopotamia, ArgentinaPantanal

Question 10: South America broke off from the west of the supercontinent ________ around 135 million years ago (Ma), forming its own continent.
GondwanaAfricaAntarcticaPangaea
















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