Mexico: Quiz


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Question 1: Most of these names come from indigenous languages like ________.
Mesoamerican languagesMayan languagesNahuatlNahua peoples

Question 2: The north of Mexico is known for its ________, goat and ostrich production and meat dishes, in particular the well-known Arrachera cut.
CattleBeefMilkTaboo food and drink

Question 3:
What is the population of Mexico?
100, 000

Question 4: The most important professional ________ league is the Liga Nacional de Baloncesto Profesional and covers the whole Mexican territory, where the Soles de Mexicali are the current champions.
Ice hockeyBasketballOlympic GamesNational Basketball Association

Question 5: This sound, as well as the ________ /ʒ/, represented by a j, evolved into a voiceless velar fricative /x/ during the sixteenth century.
Voiced postalveolar fricativeVoiced postalveolar affricateVoiceless postalveolar affricateVoiceless postalveolar fricative

Question 6: For example, many cities in the north like Monterrey, ________, and Mexicali experience temperatures of 40 °C (104 °F) or more in summer.
Querétaro, QuerétaroHermosilloMexico CityGuadalajara, Jalisco

Question 7: In 2000, after 71 years, the PRI lost a presidential election to ________ of the opposition National Action Party (PAN).
Ernesto ZedilloPorfirio DíazFelipe CalderónVicente Fox

Question 8:
Who of the following is/was the leader of Mexico?

Question 9:
Which of the following titles did Mexico have?
Die Religion Die
Professor of Religion
My Religion
Religion in Mexico

Question 10: In 1959, the ________ (Academia Mexicana de Ciencias) was established as a non-governmental, non-profit organization of distinguished scientists.
Mexico CityMexican Academy of SciencesMexicoCampeche

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