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level 28
May 17, 2012
Embarassment, only one I forgot was China
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level 44
Feb 23, 2013
Don't feel too badly - I did the same. We were both thinking small and obscure.
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level 46
Nov 18, 2014
I almost did too...concentrating too hard on the smaller countries
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level 56
May 13, 2016
I forgot China, and I lived there for a year. Don't feel bad.
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level 26
Jun 14, 2016
And I forgot Cuba. Chiming in that the most obvious ones end up slipping the mind.
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level 32
Aug 4, 2016
I forgot Canada and did not know how to spel Cote d' Ivorie and Czech Rep.
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level 52
Dec 9, 2016
I forgot an obvious one too, but mine was Cuba.
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level 20
Apr 24, 2018
haha that literally just happened to me. Maybe it's a trick of the mind focusing on the more obscure countries.
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level 7
May 17, 2012
What about the country to Curacao?
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level 28
May 17, 2012
That's Netherlands Antilles which is under Dutch control.
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level 70
Nov 18, 2014
Netherlands Antilles was dissolved in 2010, creating the new countries of Curaçao, Sint Maarten and Aruba in the process. They all remain in free association with the country of the Netherlands, a bit like Marshall Islands is with the United States. The remaining parts of Netherlands Antilles (Saba, Sint Eustatius and Bonaire) have come within the country of the Netherlands. To make it more confusing, all of these states are all a part of the broader Kingdom of the Netherlands - Netherland's answer to the British Commonwealth, perhaps?
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level 35
Oct 10, 2016
Jerry928... I think your misusing the word "Country"
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level 57
Dec 29, 2016
What that means is that it has the same position as Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England do. So the Kingdom of the Netherlands is the sovereign state but it is made up of multiple countries including the Netherlands, Curacao and more.
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level 49
Dec 29, 2016
Someone has been reading a lot of Jerry928.
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level 49
Dec 29, 2016
Wait, Jerry has gone inactive. Why???
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level 64
Dec 29, 2016
Here's why
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level 56
May 17, 2012
I got Cote d'Ivoire but managed to miss Cuba. I suppose 12/16 isn't too bad.
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level 13
May 18, 2012
wouldn't accept Cote d'lvoire when I tried to type it. -__-
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level 37
May 19, 2012
Got all, I can say some are very hard!
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level 55
May 20, 2012
Ugh! I always miss Cyprus!
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level 57
Dec 20, 2016
Oh, Cyprus!
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level 8
May 31, 2012
Canada <3
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level 25
Jun 7, 2012
...I SERIOUSLY FORGOT CHINA?!?!?!?!
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level 51
Aug 3, 2012
"C" is an infuriating letter. It can sound like "k", "s" or "ch", so unlike the other country by letter quizzes, there is not one specific sound associated with the letter. I always mess up this one. Gah.
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level 33
Dec 22, 2012
11.
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level 15
Dec 27, 2012
@ crazywombat I think Venezuela regained control of Curacao. I think.
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level 22
Aug 14, 2013
Nope, still Dutch!
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level 39
Oct 26, 2016
Venezuela could not regain control of Curacao, because it never belonged to it in the first place!
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level 18
Jan 21, 2013
look down the list of comments and its easy to pick out the bitter people who forgot about the ivory coast
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level 49
Jan 22, 2013
100% with 2:23 left!
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level 11
Feb 14, 2015
100% 3:03
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level 14
Jan 22, 2013
I don't agree with a lot of what people are saying here, but the way you've done this quiz, I think Cote D'Ivoire shouldn't be on it as the way people who speak English say it, it is almost always Ivory Coast
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level 70
Nov 18, 2014
Well, I'm English, and I always say Cote D'Ivoire!
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level 65
Dec 24, 2016
Bully for you!
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level 59
May 1, 2015
I'm English and I have to be honest and say that here at JetPunk I remember to call it Cote d'Ivoire, but in conversation I would tend to say Ivory Coast. But I know that's incorrect....
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level 65
Dec 24, 2016
Why is it incorrect?........ you don't say the Chinese pronunciation for China, or Indian for India or Arabic for Saudi Arabia. This is an English Language quiz, anyone who believes that a Country should be called by the name of the specific Country natives should make their own quiz "Countries of the World in their CORRECT spelling"
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level 64
Dec 29, 2016
India doesn't speak Indian, they speak Hindi or English predominantly
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level 19
Dec 29, 2016
You'd get the idea...even though I can't really reply to you.
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level 49
Jan 4, 2017
It's incorrect because the French spelling IS the official English spelling.
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level 47
Dec 29, 2016
The government of Cote D'ivoire declared in 1986 that the French version of the country's name would be the only one accepted in diplomatic protocol. Here's a wikipedia article- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivory_Coast
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level 47
Feb 7, 2017
this is a quiz website full of english speaking people...goodness me who cares about diplomatic protocol
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level 73
Feb 12, 2013
sure are a lot of people complaining around here. Great Quiz Quizmaster
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level 44
Feb 23, 2013
I was thinking far too small. China. I forgot freakin' China!!!
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level 39
Oct 9, 2013
I typed in cote d'lvoire but it didn't show up.
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level 36
Nov 18, 2014
Maybe because you previously typed Ivory Coast or mistaken the "i" at the beginning for Ivoire for an "l" perhaps?
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level 32
Feb 9, 2017
Put cote divoire
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level 47
Mar 10, 2017
No
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level 13
Oct 31, 2013
100 percent easy
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level 41
Apr 25, 2014
My mistake always tchad
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level 19
Jun 21, 2014
Please add car for Central African Republic. Thanks.
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level ∞
Jun 14, 2016
CAR will work now
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level 39
Jul 23, 2014
Cook Islands?????
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level 55
Nov 2, 2014
...are in free association with (meaning they are not an independent country from) New Zealand.
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level 70
Nov 18, 2014
They are, actually. New Zealanders have to have a passport to enter Cook Islands, and they do not have the right to reside or vote there. The Cooks have their own parliament, prime minister, flag, are members of several UN agencies (though aren't a full member), and even its foreign policy is, despite its free association status with NZ, independent of NZ as well. That places it at clear arms length from NZ, compared with Micronesia and Marshall Islands, which are both more closely tied to the United States.
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level 38
Mar 14, 2015
Cook Islanders are citizens of New Zealand. Cook Islands rely on the New Zealand government for Foregin Affairs policy as well as defense. And the Cook Islands parliament was formerly a hotel. To claim to be an independent nation is just silly.
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level 70
May 23, 2016
Please read my post just above.
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level 49
Feb 9, 2017
Although the Cook Islands and Niue are Free Association states of New Zealand, that does not mean that they are independent states (unlike Palau, Fed States of Micronesia and the Marshall Islands with the USA). The relationship between New Zealand and the Cook Islands/Niue is similar to the Isle of Man and Channel Islands crown dependencies of the UK which are self-governing as well.
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level 55
Mar 22, 2017
No international organizations or any governments accept the Cook Islands as an independent nation - the Cook Islands' government themselves state that the Cook Islands are dependent on NZ for external affairs and for some other policy areas.
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level 23
Aug 1, 2014
got costa rica with one second remaining
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level 5
Oct 18, 2014
26 seconds left :)
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level 26
Nov 11, 2014
I can't believe I forgot China.
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level 45
Nov 18, 2014
Can't believe that i missed China, also Ivory Coast got me.
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level 67
Nov 18, 2014
I was going to say maybe it was the CH that through you, but it sounds like you got Chad and Chile so.... As far as Ivory Coast, I think most people miss that one. It really doesn't belong on this quiz. How would a person who doesn't speak French ever come up with that. I speak French, and I missed it. Never even crossed my mind. :)
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level 47
Mar 30, 2017
The government of Cote D'Ivoire adamantly prefers the French spelling of their name. This is the criteria that has been used in every country quiz with Cote D'Ivoire in it. One could even argue it shouldn't be known as the Ivory Coast in the first place.
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level 67
Nov 18, 2014
Cabo Verde is misspelled.
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level 64
Dec 29, 2016
No...
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level 48
Jan 30, 2017
No it's not, but I believe both spellings should be accepted.
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level 44
Nov 18, 2014
What about Cayman Islands?
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level 20
Jun 25, 2015
I am sure that the Cayman Islands are a British overseas territory and therefore not a country - I think so anyway.
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level 28
Aug 9, 2015
Yeah
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level 56
Nov 18, 2014
Re: Cabo Verde and Cote D'Ivoire. Both of these countries have issued official statements declaring that these are the names by which they would like to be called, which is why the convention is to call them by these names. Cabo Verde's was very recent (http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/12/131212-maps-cabo-verde-cartography-science-cape-verde-africa/). It might be outside the scope of this conversation to discuss why they feel so strongly about that, but, in any case, the governments of Cabo Verde and Cote D'Ivoire have specifically stated they do not want to be called Cape Verde or Ivory Coast, respectively.
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level 53
Jun 3, 2017
But...Ivory Coast is the only country named for two popular brands of soap!
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level 37
Feb 13, 2018
So you're using people's ignorance as an excuse to call it "Ivory Coast"?
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level 70
Nov 18, 2014
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level 37
Dec 25, 2014
Is it sad that I only missed China?
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level 7
Dec 29, 2014
cayman islands, cook islands ??
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level 64
Dec 29, 2016
British overseas territory and in free association with New Zealand.
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level 48
Jan 30, 2017
Read previous posts before posting?
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level 3
Feb 25, 2015
Isn't it spelled Tchad?
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level 64
Dec 29, 2016
Sure, in French
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level 2
Mar 11, 2015
I am Croatian and I forgot to put Croatia. It's native name is Hrvatska :D
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level 66
Apr 19, 2015
Cote d'Ivoire shouldn't be on this quiz. Germany isn't on a list of D countries even though they refer to it as Deutschland
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level 48
Jul 20, 2015
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+3
level 35
Jun 19, 2016
-1
+3
level 64
Dec 29, 2016
-2
+3
level 45
Apr 25, 2017
-3
+2
level 37
Jul 2, 2017
-4
+2
level 38
Jul 25, 2017
-5
+3
level 25
Aug 9, 2017
- Infinity
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level 72
Dec 28, 2015
No. The official name of the country is the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire. Ivory Coast is only a translation. These quizzes use official names (short or long forms). You say Ecuador, not Equator ? It's the same : some countries have chosen a non-anglophone official name !
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level 51
Nov 16, 2017
Well, the French name is also a translation... They just were the colonizing nation.
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level 42
Apr 22, 2017
+1 this is an English website
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level 54
Jun 1, 2017
Well, that still doesn't make the countries English. Just because it's easier for some people to save two milliseconds for thinking and put an English translation doesn't mean the countries should be Anglicized because the majority of people can't remember the name in its rightful language.
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level 24
Aug 8, 2017
Idontlikeit, At least it can be consistent. Most nations has a different name in its own language. This is an English website. Although it would be fun hearing you pronounce Republic of Côte d'Ivorie followed by Sverige, Suomi, Росси́я and España at a social event.
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level 26
Sep 26, 2017
That is how it is most commonly refereed to
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level 56
Sep 30, 2017
It's officialy "Cote d'Ivoire", even in English !
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level 23
Nov 8, 2017
That quiz wasn’t German, and therefore it should be Germany
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level 23
Apr 27, 2015
I really like the quiz. Thanks quizmaster. :) I was really happy that I got Cote d'Ivoire but I missed Costa Rica and Cuba! Oh well.
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level 35
Jun 19, 2016
You're happy you missed Cuba and Costa Rica? Shame on you
+1
level 21
Nov 26, 2017
lol
+1
level 13
Jun 4, 2015
Just forgot CAR and cape verde and chad.
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level 24
Jun 23, 2015
100% with 1:08 left. Couldn't spell Cote d'lvoire
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level 45
Apr 25, 2017
try ivory coast. it works
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level 29
Jan 9, 2018
I just remember it as Cote Duh-Ive-Wore
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level 24
Jun 24, 2015
Cayman Islands should be on here. It's considered a country even though a chain of islands.
+6
level 35
Jun 19, 2016
No
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level 9
Jan 25, 2018
REEEEKKKKTTTTT
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level 45
Nov 16, 2017
cyaman islands are not a nation in their own right they are a UK overseas territory such as the fawkland islands or gibraltar
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level 42
Jan 14, 2018
Falkland islands, actually.
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level 37
Dec 23, 2017
'Using the names from the Countries of the World quiz'
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level 15
Jan 28, 2018
The Cayman Islands are a territory of the United Kingdom, they are not a country.
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level 20
Jun 25, 2015
Oh dear, I put 'Comoro' and it didn't show up - I thought it was wrong, but then saw the added 's' at the end of the quiz!
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level 36
Sep 25, 2015
I would like to attempt a quiz that has all the countries by the full names... I Imagine it would be challenging..
+1
level 60
Dec 13, 2016
There is one...and it is indeed challenging!
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level 64
Dec 29, 2016
Until you master it, wish then becomes quite easy
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level 44
Nov 7, 2015
Got them all EXCEPT Cuba. Eesh. Can't believe I forgot it, especially since I usually work left to right and north to south in geography quizzes (so, North America and the Caribbean, then south america, then europe, africa, asia, oceania)
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level 17
May 21, 2017
same I cant believe I missed cuba
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level 34
Aug 5, 2017
And how the F*** I missed Canada... I can't believe it. . . Yes, I talked to my mom for a short time. But... How could I be that bad concentrated...
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level 25
Aug 9, 2017
i missed damn China but got the others lol
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level 28
Nov 14, 2015
Finshed with 2:17 left
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level 15
Dec 24, 2015
@marcopolo1 I Agree with you.
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level 19
Jan 5, 2016
Ivory Coast please! Not C!
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level 35
Jun 19, 2016
Its name is Cote d'Ivoire according to everyone. It is definitely a C
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level 39
Apr 17, 2017
To Chillydamnmaralago: NO!!!!!!!! Learn to spell or accept that you will not get the points. Do you like what I just did to YOUR NAME?
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level 15
Jan 28, 2018
It is Cote d'lvoire because that is the name. It is translated in English to Ivory Coast.
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level 46
Jan 29, 2018
Well, it's 대한민국, and yet those crazy English speakers insist on calling it South Korea.
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level 65
Feb 7, 2018
It's not exactly the same, because within international documents written in English (or, for example, in the corresponding UN seat) it is written Cote d'Ivoire and South Korea.
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level 37
Feb 12, 2018
Yes, and Rich Coast starts with an R!!
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level 43
Feb 1, 2016
Got 13, somehow managed to omit China.
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level 38
Feb 8, 2016
Aaaaand I miss Chad, Cyprus, and CAR. At least I didn't miss ones like Colombia or even China.
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level 55
Feb 28, 2016
I always find it so amusing to read comments on quizzes like this.
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level 37
Dec 28, 2017
I know, there is so much rage
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level 43
May 18, 2016
Czechia needs to be accepted
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level 57
May 27, 2016
Not its official name yet
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level 35
Jun 19, 2016
It says that this quiz goes of countries otw quiz and Czechia is accepted there, so it should be here as well
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level ∞
Jun 20, 2016
It is accepted
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level 15
Jan 28, 2018
It is accepted as the Czech Republic because the Czech Republic is the name, not Czechia.
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level 53
Feb 6, 2018
I'm sorry, it's official name is now Czechia, and it has been for quite some time.
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level 42
May 26, 2016
Forgot Comoros.
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level 44
Jun 16, 2016
I live in a country that starts with "C" and I missed it. Silliest mistake.
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level 56
Jun 16, 2016
A recently deposed Prime Minister of my country once referred to Canada as Canadia. Of course he was an idiot, but he was a democratically elected idiot. Just keep that in mind USA, as the Trump mobile gathers steam towards the White House. But then, Trump is not really stupid. The contradictory statements, conflicting moral viewpoints and apparent confusion are all a part of his campaign strategy. Michael Moore may well be right when he says that only satire can bring him down(of course, he is a satirist), and that brains and logic are useless against him.
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level 39
Feb 7, 2018
His life strategy!
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level 35
Jun 19, 2016
Why is Dem Rep of the Congo and Rep of the Congo in brackets, but China isn't. I don't think either of them should be in brackets and already guessed; or you should do Peoples Republic of China, etc. Good to see Cote d'Ivoire though
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level 15
Jan 28, 2018
Because China is more commonly known as China while the other ones are recognized as those. They also have to have a way to be able to tell which country is which.
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level 35
Jun 19, 2016
Also, you forgot Cornwall XD
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level 20
Jul 26, 2016
cornwall isn't a country its a county
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level 65
Jan 3, 2017
He was joking... unless he's a rabid Cornish nationalist who's deluded himself into thinking that Cornwall (as many people wish it to be) is independent.
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level 56
Jan 4, 2017
Methinks Possums has a sense of humour.
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level 37
Feb 13, 2018
And apparently uses "XD" instead of period.
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level 15
Jul 29, 2016
I forgot Cuba lol 15/16
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level 38
Aug 5, 2016
Missed out on Cote d'lvoire as I only know it as Ivory coast
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level 35
Aug 19, 2016
Speaking about embarrassment... I forgot Croatia. I'm form Croatia. :P
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level 66
Sep 8, 2016
Dear Ivory Coast, I hate you.
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level 56
Jan 4, 2017
Hate mail on Jetpunk? Sheesh.
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level 41
Sep 9, 2016
For some reason I keep forgetting Cote D'Ivoire just remembered it with seconds remaining.
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level 39
Sep 9, 2016
Curacao was never part of Venezuela. Liberator Simon Bolivar fled to Curacao when the tide turned against him, but the island was never owned by Venezuela. There is a refinery on the island (Isla) that refined Venezuelan crude oil, but I think that even that has now been sold.
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level 15
Jan 28, 2018
Nobody said Curacao was owned by Venezuela. It is owned by the Nehterlands.
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level 39
Feb 7, 2018
In a previous comment, which as since been deleted, someone said that Curacao was once owned by Venezuela. If not, I would not have made the correction.
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level 13
Sep 13, 2016
got them all done 16/16 :)
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level 73
Oct 7, 2016
Croatoan?? ;-)
+2
level 64
Dec 29, 2016
What is a croatoan?!?
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level 33
Oct 8, 2016
I had the last blank between Cape Verde and Chad so I tried all the combinations starting with CAP then CAQ and at CAR they gave me the score. I got a country without realising it!
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level 42
Oct 10, 2016
Dang missed Cuba
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level 7
Nov 9, 2016
@my dear friends in jet punk I request you all too put a quiz with whole 196 countries with a hint in the same quiz
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level 3
Nov 24, 2016
I forgot China Cambodia And Cape Verde Can't believe I forgot China :/
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level 52
Nov 24, 2016
Got them all! Had trouble spelling Cote d'Ivoire, entered Ivory Coast and it worked.
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level 29
Nov 28, 2016
What about Cayman Islands. If you want to point out the 'the,' I'll have you know that hasn't stopped people from putting The Philippine Islands in the 'P' list.
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level 60
Dec 13, 2016
I don't believe the "the" is the problem most people are going to have with it.
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level 45
Apr 25, 2017
Well..... neither the Cayman Islands nor Philippines has 'the' in their official name. That award goes to The Netherlands, and The Gambia. Also Cayman Islands are a territory of the UK
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level 15
Jan 28, 2018
Well the problem is not the 'the'. The Cayman Islands are owned by the United Kingdom, hence they are not a country.
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level 28
Nov 28, 2016
Forgot Comoros. Dang It.
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level 4
Dec 5, 2016
Surprisingly, china and chile were the last two coutries i answered, while Cambodia was the first.I was over-concentrated about the smaller countries.
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level 37
Dec 13, 2016
Forgot Cameroon and Comoros :(
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level 2
Dec 15, 2016
I forgot cambodia and thats where my dad was born
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level 28
Dec 22, 2016
*forgets China* *checks comments and sees that a ton of others 'forgot' China too* *laughs*
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level 53
Dec 29, 2016
15/16... forgot China ;_;
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level 19
Dec 29, 2016
Wow, this was actually so much harder than I had anticipated.
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level 63
Jan 3, 2017
cymru? xD
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level 35
Jan 8, 2017
I honestly want to know why Cote D'Ivoire has to be in French.
it's one euro Language for another. Who cares?
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level 65
Feb 7, 2017
It is so that all the little pedants and nitpickers can enjoy doing jet-punk quizzes.
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level 37
Feb 13, 2018
Дали навистина си помисливте да ги копирате моите коментари и да го преведете? Леле.
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level 15
Jan 28, 2018
It's in French because that's the name of it there...
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level 12
Jan 9, 2017
great quiz!
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level 39
Jan 18, 2017
This is why most countries despise the USA. It is our sense of entitlement that gets on other people's nerves. HOW DARE you dictate that any country has to submit to the English spelling/pronunciation of their country! - Learn to spell or stay off the site!
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level 72
Jan 10, 2018
I don't think it's so much a sense of entitlement or poor spelling skills as not remembering which spellings and names are now considered correct. Changes are occurring all the time. We are taught one thing in school, such as Peking, Bombay, Ivory Coast, etc., and then a new group comes to power and decides to change it or a new spelling is considered closer to how the country's citizens spell it, so suddenly we're all terrible people if we don't immediately make the change. And then, sometimes, just as quickly the winds change and the previous name is back in favor. Regardless, there's no need to get so angry at people who have problems spelling - have you considered that perhaps English isn't their first language, or maybe spelling is just difficult for them? I know I find it more difficult now than when I was young, and I was considered a great speller in my young days. I appreciate QM's leniency.
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level 39
Feb 7, 2018
I have no issue with those who have trouble spelling. What I do have an issue with is those who haughtily demand that countries accept the English spelling of their names!
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level 4
Jan 23, 2017
Congo???
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level 48
Jan 30, 2017
What is the question? Is it 'why were both of them already on the answer form before you begin'?
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level 41
Jan 29, 2017
How did I forget China...
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level 22
Feb 7, 2017
Congo is missing!
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level 65
Feb 7, 2017
Did you actually look at the quiz before starting? ....... The 'Congos' are already entered.
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level 37
Jul 2, 2017
...
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level 14
Mar 15, 2017
I live in Cyprus and I missed it....
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level 49
Mar 16, 2017
please accepe Cabo Verde
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level 37
Jul 2, 2017
You mean Cape Verde?
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level 15
Jan 28, 2018
It is also known as Cabo Verde.
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level 16
Apr 2, 2017
Forgot Cameroon :/
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level 20
Apr 12, 2017
beat it with 2:28 remaining I could have done better if I didn't waste a minute when I forgot cuba
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level 8
Apr 14, 2017
Although I remembered them, I was unable to correctly spell Czech Republic and Cote D'Ivoire. : (
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level 45
Apr 15, 2017
Unbelievable I forgot China!
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level 31
May 4, 2017
Ten seconds to go.. Just remember I forgot MY country.. *sigh*
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level 20
May 5, 2017
2:43
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level 20
May 22, 2017
Wow i missed chile and china nothing else
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level 21
Jun 3, 2017
Wowww... I'm Canadian and I forgot Canada
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level 55
Jun 13, 2017
This is all well and good, but will someone tell me, in which continent is Cyprus...?
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level 47
Jun 14, 2017
Asia.
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level 37
Jul 2, 2017
Europe
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level 15
Jan 28, 2018
Cyprus is located in Europe, near the Asia continent border.
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level 15
Jan 28, 2018
Cyprus is under Turkey btw.
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level 44
Feb 26, 2018
Geographically speaking is very close to Asia and Africa however culturally is a European island and also part of the European Union
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level 7
Apr 20, 2018
Transcontinental
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level 15
Jun 26, 2017
lel 0.03 seconds left just remembered colombia
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level 41
Jul 6, 2017
lol did that with 2.15 to spare im happy with that I usually forget 1 on these quizzes
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level 41
Jul 15, 2017
4 secs to spare couldnt think of Cote Divoire
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level 24
Aug 10, 2017
100% with 1:38 - epic quiz!!
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level 17
Aug 11, 2017
100% with 1:16 remaining! :D :D :D
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level 39
Aug 18, 2017
Got it with 2 minutes remaining, but somehow I nearly missed China and Chile.
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level 7
Oct 4, 2017
My American cousin tried this test. Typed in Canada. Typed in California. Realised her mistake. Pressed give up within 20 seconds of starting. I actually laughed too hard.
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level 15
Oct 11, 2017
i got finished with 2:18 left. IMA SUPERSTAR
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level 15
Oct 20, 2017
Got all with 3.10 left
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level 38
Nov 5, 2017
-6 from above
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level 51
Nov 16, 2017
-7 from above
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level 7
Dec 16, 2017
COOL
+1
level 20
Dec 23, 2017
got everything except for cambodia and colombia
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level 9
Dec 30, 2017
I got 100% with 2:16 remaining. I feel proud!
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level 43
Jan 1, 2018
Ding Dang it Costa Rica
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level 55
Jan 9, 2018
Since you did say Jetpunk is moving away from Cote d'Ivoire, should it still be on this list?
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level 26
Jan 10, 2018
I got cuba with 2 seconds left!
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level 32
Jan 22, 2018
I got them all... except China. *commits suicide
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level 1
Mar 24, 2018
Lere be honest guys, the first country that popped in our heads that started with a c was canada
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level 32
Apr 2, 2018
i always have this terrible urge to type 'corea' which a) isn't a country and b) is misspelt anyway.... lol
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level 39
Apr 4, 2018
Matthew07: Jerry 928 is absolutely correct. He is not using the word "country" incorrectly, but accurately describing the relationship between the former Netherlands Antilles and the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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level 18
Apr 14, 2018
I must admitt that it was for me one of the most difficult quizes to take in English. Not that the coutries itself are so difficult, but to recall wha is spelled with C in English was not so easy.
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level 7
Apr 20, 2018
Never knew Cote d'livore was a thing, I still can't spell it right...
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