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Question 1: Thus, residents of ________ would be unlikely to feel much affinity with those from across in Oxfordshire.
ChelmsfordThurrockEssexSouthend-on-Sea

Question 2: In most definitions Southern England includes all the counties on/near the ________.
North SeaCeltic SeaBaltic SeaEnglish Channel

Question 3: The sport of rugby experienced a schism in 1895 with many teams based in ________ and surrounding areas breaking from the Rugby Football Union and forming their own League.
YorkshireWest YorkshireYorkshire and the HumberNorth Yorkshire

Question 4: The counties between the Midlands and London (________, Buckinghamshire, and Hertfordshire) may sometimes be considered part of Southern England, as may Essex and the counties of East Anglia (Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, and Suffolk).
LeagraveDunstableLutonBedfordshire

Question 5: On a maximal definition, the northern boundary thus approximately corresponds to an imaginary line drawn from the Severn Estuary to the Wash (or, expressed in terms of towns, from ________ to King's Lynn).
GloucesterPlymouthBristolExeter

Question 6: For government purposes Southern England is divided in South West England, South East England, Greater London, and the ________.
North West EnglandEast MidlandsNorth East EnglandEast of England

Question 7: Southern England, The South and The South of England are imprecise terms used to refer to the southern counties of ________ bordering the English Midlands.
EnglandScotlandWalesUnited Kingdom

Question 8: The South is characterised by being generally flat except for a notable hill range known as the ________.
CotswoldsMendip HillsCornwallChiltern Hills







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