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Question 1: Other important shopping centers built in the 1920s and early 1930s are the Highland Park Village in ________, Texas; River Oaks in Houston, Texas; and Park and Shop in Washington, D.C..
DallasDenton, TexasFort Worth, TexasAustin, Texas

Question 2: Modern "car-friendly" strip malls developed from the 1920s, and shopping malls corresponded with the rise of suburban living in many parts of the Western World, especially the ________, after World War II.
AlaskaPhilippinesCanadaUnited States

Question 3: [4] The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, ________ followed in the 1860s and is closer to large modern malls in spaciousness.
SicilyFranceItalyRome

Question 4: High land prices in populous cities have led to the concept of the "vertical mall," in which space allocated to retail is configured over a number of stories accessible by ________ and/or escalators linking the different levels of the mall.
United StatesElevatorLondonLisbon

Question 5: The Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre, opened in 2004, and ________, opened in 2009, are the only malls built in Canada since 1992.
Crossiron MillsCalgaryMarket MallChinook Centre

Question 6: It contains a hotel, luxury condominiums, and office space and sits atop a block-long base containing an eight-level atrium-style retail mall that fronts on the ________.
Michigan Avenue (Chicago)Prairie AvenueRush Street (Chicago)Magnificent Mile

Question 7: The largest mall in South Asia, and twelfth largest in the world, is Bashundhara City in Dhaka, ________.
BangladeshSri LankaMalaysiaPakistan

Question 8: The current largest shopping centre in Europe is the MetroCentre near Newcastle upon Tyne in the UK,[13] while the largest in Australasia is ________ in Melbourne.
Westfield SouthlandWestfield DoncasterKnox City Shopping CentreChadstone Shopping Centre

Question 9: The standard British pronunciation of the word "mall" is as in "The Mall, London" – the tree-lined avenue leading to ________, London and also like "pal" (friend).
Balmoral CastleClarence HouseBuckingham PalaceWindsor Castle

Question 10: In the mid-20th century, with the rise of the suburb and ________ culture in the United States, a new style of shopping centre was created away from downtown.
AutomobileVacuum servoThrottleDisc brake







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