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Groups of Seven Quiz #1

Name the members of these famous sevensomes.
Last updated: August 29, 2018
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Snow White's Dwarfs
Bashful
Doc
Dopey
Grumpy
Happy
Sleepy
Sneezy
 
Deadly Sins
Envy
Gluttony
Greed
Lust
Pride
Sloth
Wrath
 
Countries that end in "Stan"
Afghanistan
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Pakistan
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Uzbekistan
Seas of the Medieval World
Adriatic Sea
Arabian Sea
Black Sea
Caspian Sea
Mediterranean Sea
Persian Gulf
Red Sea
 
G-7 Countries
Canada
France
Germany
Italy
Japan
United Kingdom
United States
 
Harry Potter Books
Philosopher's Stone
Chamber of Secrets
Prisoner of Azkaban
Goblet of Fire
Order of the Phoenix
Half-Blood Prince
Deathly Hallows
Continents
Africa
Antarctica
Asia
Australia
Europe
North America
South America
 
European Capitals Starting with B
Belgrade
Berlin
Bern
Bratislava
Brussels
Bucharest
Budapest
 
Largest Moons in the Solar System
Ganymede
Titan
Callisto
Io
Moon
Europa
Triton
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level 45
Sep 5, 2013
I would have had another minute to go back to the seas list if I could have spelled 'Azkaban' in less than a dozen tries! ;-)
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level 52
Oct 13, 2013
Couldn't spell Mediterranen for the life of me.
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level 20
Oct 19, 2013
*Mediterranean
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level 54
Mar 16, 2017
medi terra nen
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level 66
May 19, 2017
*nean
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level 31
Aug 22, 2017
Ditto
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level 49
Oct 13, 2013
Can someone please tell me what G-7 countries mean?
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level 66
Aug 22, 2017
The G7 is one of several institutional attempts at the management of the global political economy in the interest of long-established capitalist powers - and particularly the government of the United States. As such, it seeks to coordinate actions and responses to any sort of challenge to this bloc of allies/subordinates.
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level 66
Dec 6, 2018
Accurate, yet woefully Marxist. The G7 is just a group of the seven richest countries in the world, whose leaders meet to coordinate policy in the interest of maintaining stability and growth in the global economy.
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level 33
Oct 13, 2013
I always strike out on Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings ... never read, seen, or watched them and there are a LOT of quiz questions on them throughout this site.
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level 37
Oct 14, 2013
You're not alone!
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level 75
Aug 13, 2015
I didn't care about reading the Potter series until my grandchildren persuaded me, and now they are some of my favorite books. Great messages there for kids, such as it doesn't matter who your family is, it is the choices you make in life which are important. I read the LOTR books decades ago and have forgotten a lot but I know the movies left out a lot of the material, especially at the end - the scouring of the shire, etc. Tolkien and Rowling both created amazing worlds that are great places to visit.
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level 75
Jun 23, 2016
I've never read the books and could get by with fewer questions about them, but I got all the titles because the movies have been pretty big news.
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level 75
Jun 23, 2016
The first two Potter movies were pretty true to the books, but the later movies left out a lot of material from the books. They seemed to pick and choose the parts that would generate the most action and special effects.
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level 75
Jun 23, 2016
I never even saw the last movie. But the titles were the same.
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level 34
Mar 19, 2017
Like where was Peeves? At all?? What????
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level 75
May 30, 2017
My biggest disappointment was the omission of the Weasley family arriving in the Dursley living room to escort Harry back. I was really looking forward to seeing Vernon and Petunia deal with that, and I couldn't believe they left out the entire scene. Also agree, should have Peeves, also the ghost party with the rotten food, but I have to say I didn't miss the story line of S.P.E.W. at all except for the omission of Winky. Hermione's knitted hats for the house elves got a bit tedious for me, although I did smile at Dobby wearing them all.
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level 59
Aug 5, 2016
Because I wanted to check out the Harry Potter books before my kids read them, I read the series, and really enjoyed it. Also read Lord of the Rings, though it was pretty heavy going - I remember in the third book I counted 16 pages which were just a description of one place! LOVE the movies though (and the New Zealand scenery of course!)
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level 57
Oct 15, 2013
Only slightly useless - didn't get the Boy Scout ranks because they basically don't exist in the UK. Mea culpa.
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level 25
Oct 18, 2013
Australia is a country not a continent, my brother lives there. Australasia or Oceania are better fits.
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level 55
Oct 31, 2013
Australia is both a country and a continent. One is a geographical term (referring only to the central landmass) and the other is political (including both the continent and the country's other holdings, such as Tazmania). Australasia and Oceania are geographical regions encompassing multiple landmasses.
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level 71
Nov 8, 2013
It's true that Australasia and (especially) Oceania are regions, not continents, but the continent of Australia includes Tasmania (Bass Strait, which separates the two, is quite shallow); it's not just a political grouping, it's a geographical one. The continent of Australia also includes New Guinea, I believe, and there is some argument about whether it also includes other bits and pieces up there.
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level 72
Dec 4, 2016
Tasmania. Tazmania is something completely different
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level 49
Jan 24, 2018
Tasmania is a state of Australia, in the same way that Texas is a state of the USA, and The Yukon is a province of Canada. It is not simply "part of the continent," - it's part of the country!!!
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level 28
Jan 24, 2018
Oceania doesnt just include New guinea, it includes other countries like Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Micronesia, Tonga etc..
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level 55
Sep 14, 2018
As far as I can tell, calling Australia a continent is an anglo thing, completely ignoring the rest of the countries in the islands nearby. Imperialistic cultural heritage from the UK, I figure. Oceania is an old term, and apparently predates it.
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level 23
Nov 5, 2015
Correct. Calling Australasia 'Australia' just makes New Zealand, Tuvalu and all the other Oceanic countries feel bad..
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level 32
Aug 22, 2017
I agree Oceania includes all the other countries down there like Tuvalu and Papua New Guinea. Australia is just Australia.
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level 57
Sep 14, 2018
My brother lives there too, and it is still a continent.
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level 50
Jul 2, 2014
I don't understand how the Medieval world doesn't include the North Sea or the Baltic Sea. Weren't UK, Scandinavia, Poland and Russia part of that world? Of course that would make it more than 7, but I don't really get the Persian Gulf as a sea either.
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level 59
Jan 14, 2015
And Aegean.
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level 71
Feb 16, 2017
Yeah, I got stuck on North, Baltic and Aegean too- it never having occurred to me that the UK, Kalmar Union and Ottoman Empire weren't part of the medieval world
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level 71
Feb 1, 2018
Yeah, what is the source for the medieval 7 seas? Seems questionable to me.
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level 45
Dec 10, 2018
exactly.. I tried north sea several times. Tried aegean, and baltic aswell eventually. (and raised an eyebrow when I saw the persian gulf, when thinking of seas, that one wouldnt have crossed my mind)
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level 16
Jun 4, 2015
How do you make a quiz like this?
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level ∞
Dec 17, 2015
The first step is to choose manual mode in step 3.
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level 14
Oct 17, 2015
I thought it was the Sourcerer's Stone. Is there a reason I think that?
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level 23
Nov 5, 2015
That's the American version.
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level 44
May 30, 2017
I don't know what kind of censorship they have in whatever country you are in, but if you know what our American version is, and you are on Jetpunk, aren't you probably breaking a few laws to be taking this quiz??
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level 19
Mar 3, 2019
for british it is philosopher's, and for Americans, it is sorcerer's.
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level 66
Dec 16, 2015
It's not accepting Afghanistan
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level ∞
Dec 17, 2015
This has been fixed. Thanks.
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level 80
Dec 16, 2015
Funny how that moon is still harder to get and it's even spelled right.
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level 73
Dec 16, 2015
Your quiz is broken. It does not accept Afghanistan.
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level 72
Dec 23, 2015
Afghanistan works now. I got 46 which isn't bad considering I know nothing about Harry Potter books.
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level 59
Feb 25, 2016
Harry Potter books will soon be off this list
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level 67
Aug 9, 2016
Hope so!
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level 66
Sep 14, 2018
Why?
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level 40
May 28, 2016
If you guys like the Groups of Things category and the anime, One Piece, then check out my quiz. Its called "Groups of Things - One Piece"
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level 70
Aug 17, 2016
Only missed "Bashful"... was trying to think of something ending in 'y'.
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level 24
Jan 4, 2017
You missed off Belfast from the European capitals...
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level 66
Sep 14, 2018
It's not the capital of a sovereign nation.
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level 45
Dec 10, 2018
It doesnt state anywhere that they ask for capitals of sovereign nations. Just capitals
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level 44
Jan 21, 2017
Isn't the other sea the Tyrrhenian?
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level 39
Feb 1, 2017
Always put deathly hollows, with an o... I'm an idiot
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level 45
Dec 10, 2018
I did the same thing... Though I am not joining you in admitting I'm an idiot ;)
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level 45
Feb 14, 2017
When you go to do Ionian Sea for the medieval seasand get the moon Io
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level 53
May 3, 2017
Belfast?
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level 32
Jul 15, 2017
Had no idea what the moons in our solar system are so i decided to type "moon" just for the hell of it. It worked lol. Gave myself a chuckle and a half.
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level 21
Oct 17, 2017
What about the 7 books of The Chronicles of Narnia, the 7 wonders of the world, and 7 colors of the rainbow.
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level 44
Jan 2, 2018
I said lo and Japan
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level 41
Jan 25, 2018
GREAT QUIZ!!!
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level 20
Apr 4, 2018
Finished with 4:03 left. It would be better if you accepted US for United States in G-7 Countries.
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level 57
Sep 14, 2018
I got one Harry Potter and I'm surprised I even got one. As for largest moons I only got Titan, and that is only because I read the Kurt Vonnegut book, The Sirens of Titan.
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level 39
Sep 26, 2018
You know you've been playing this for too long when you get Bratislava but forget Berlin
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level 44
Oct 11, 2018
49. Not bad, considering that I didn't get a single fairy tale character.
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level 45
Dec 10, 2018
"Harry potter and the crystal skull" was the first thing that popped into my head. Couldnt get it out so went back to the otehr questions. When I went back to harry potter the next that came to mind was "Harry potter and the return of the king"... (or was it two towers.. kind of slipped my mind, read all comments before commenting myself) I really couldnt get those two out of my head! So I basicly remained stuck (knew there was one with that prison but couldnt reach the title) Might make great movies though :D
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