Geographical MCQs Country, Sea, Capital

Geographical MCQs Country, Sea, Capital

Which continent has the most French speaking countries? –
A. Africa
B. South America
C. North America
D. Europe

Which ocean surrounds Zanzibar? –
A. Pacific ocea
B. Arctic Ocea
C. Indian Ocean
D. Atnatic

Which continent has no active volcanoes? –
A. Australia
B. Europe
C. Asia
D. South America

What is the only country with a coastline on both the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf?
A. Syria
B. Saudi Arabia
C. Israel
D Greece

Columbus is the capital of which US state
A. Ohio
B. Texas
C. Missouri
D. Mississippi

Which US state is nicknamed ‘The Lone Star State’?
A. Alaska
B. Texas
C. Missouri
D. Atlanta

Which US state is known as the Garden State?
a. New Jersey
B. New York
C. Huwaii
D. San Francisco

Which American state ends with three vowells ? Huwaii

Which continent is home to the most independent countries? –
A. Africa (53)
B. Asia
C. Europd
D. North America

Leu is the standard currency of which country?
A. Romania
B. Albania
C. Malta
D. Brazil

The Straits Times belongs to which country?
A. Bangladesh
B. Sri Lanka
C. Nepla
D. Singapore

The “Eternal City” is a nickname of which country? –
A. Rome
B. San Francisco
C. Venice
D. Delhi

Which American Senator founded Earth Day? –
A. Hillary Clinton
B. Colin Powell
C. Gaylord Nelson
D. Tammy Duckworth

Which country is also known as Crossroads of Central Asia? –
A. India
B. Tajikstan
C. Afghanistan
D. Uzbekistan

What is the main language of Austria
A. English
B. Spenish
C. Arabic
D. German

How many countries are there in North America? –
A. 17
B. 23
C. 25
D. 29

Which country was the first to celebrate Earth Day? –
A UK
B United States
C GERMANY
D RUSSIA

It is too late to go out now. …………………., it’s starting to rain.
Beside
Besides (Besides and in addition can mean also.)
In addition

There were ………………… ten people at the meeting.
under (Under means less than or younger than.
below
Either could be used here

She is well ……………………… average in intelligence.
above (Above is used in cases where we think of a vertical scale.
over
Either could be used here

We lost the championship …………………………. working very hard.
in spite of (In spite is a preposition. Although and however are conjunctions.
although
however

The cat is ……………………. the roof again.
on (We use on to talk about the positions of things.
onto
at

How did that cat get ……………………… the roof?
on
in
onto (We use onto to talk about directions and destinations.
into

Can you translate this letter …………………… German?
in
into (We normally use into after verbs suggesting change.
Either could be used here

I prefer swimming ……………………. walking.
to (Prefer is followed by to.
over
Either could be used here

Can you go with Musab ………………………… me today?
instead
instead of (Instead of is the preposition. Instead without of is an adverb.
without

Wine can be made …………………….. blackberries.
of
with
from (We use make from to talk about changing a material into a completely different form to make something.

How many US States does the Mississippi River flow through/border ?
A. 08
B. 10
C. 14
D. 11

The United Kingdom is comprised of how many countries ?
A. 3
B. 4
C. 5
D. 2

Which sea is also known as the Euxine Sea ?
A. Black sea
B. Red sea
C. Caspian sea
D. Baltic sea

Which is the largest Scandinavian country ?
A. Norway
B. Sweden
C. Denmark
D. Island

Which is the most populated city in north America ?
A. Ottawa
B. New York
C. Mexico
D. Brasilia

Which ocean does the amazon river empty into ?
A. Southern
B. Artic
C. Atlantic
D. Pacific

Which continent has the largest rainforest in the world ?
A. South America
B. North America
C. Asia
D. Australia

Which Ocean surrounded Antartica ?
A. Pacific
B. Atlantic
C. Arctic
D. Southern

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