To use your tone:"Quite logical, couldnt you think of that yourself, did I have to spoonfed to you? you could ve used your own common sense to understand that". To place yourself in the others' shoes.. their train of thought is completely understandable. If you have allways learned there is only one at a time, their is no reason for you to think of other cities... (use your brain...) only two thougths are logical then. Either it was a different place than you thought, or the question got the dates wrong.
that does not mean the question needs to be altered. They just learned something new.
how many braggarts actually know their stuff. Then, after a while
we may be able to get on with the business of just doing the quizzes, without all the bellyaching!
Ps I dont see how it would make a difference in determining who knows their stuff if both variations are accepted.
Of all that said I am amazed at how hilly the uk is. I ve been there twice and was awestruck haha, not flatness, hillyness everywhere you look! Heaven ( unless you need to go everywhere on your bike ofcourse..)
I from the netherlands and well, if there is a moleshill it is the highest place in miles. But seriously, I dont think there are many points higher than overpasses... that is about as high as it gets..
So from my point of view england is alllll mountain haha (eventhough they would mostly fall under hill, but that is sort of the same word in dutch, we use berg(mountain) for small stuff too (15+m)