The two biggest islands in the British isles are Great Britain and Ireland. Great Britain and Ireland are both geographical terms.
The United Kingdom, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are all political terms.
It touches Malaysia which isn't an island
as they do share their islands with other countries.
You know what I just thought of! The flat earthers and hollow earthers should have a meeting! It would be epic !!! Hahaha. It is very entertaining to think about :)
"Includes countries that have small overseas territories on continents"
You scored 10/47 = 21%
This beats or equals 4.6% of test takers
The average score is 35
Your high score is 10
Australia, despite being acknowledged as a continent, can also be considered an island as well (a very huge singular island, at that) thus why it's also mentioned here.
New Zealand is on the list. It's on #7 after the Philippines and before UK.
(joke meant to prompt discussion)
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