little rock, denver, boise, indianapolis, des moines, jackson, columbus, oklahoma city, providence, columbia, salt lake city and cheyenne.
More than I thought, and thought huh, columbia, didnt I just write that? haha.
so 16/50 about a third
I could make a quiz about rare insects in swahili, and say it is easy for entomologists that speak swahili.
e.g. when you say Florida, I immediately typed Miami (wrong)
and then New York, I was going for NYC until I suddenly remembered that it is Albany
And this pattern continued for most other states that I have attempted
Although I did not attempted more than 15 states
PS from Hong Kong
I now want to take it to the next level and have a randomised map where you have to name the state and its capital in two text boxes. Is that even possible?
I'm from New Zealand and I have finally got them all! Phew!
Just don't forget Pierre
Same for panama, Ciudad de Panamá, it has city in the original language as well as in the official english name, Panama City.
I think the same for Kuwait, Madiinat ul-Kuwayt is Kuwait City
(DC is not a state cpital_
Weird thing is: I get Cheyenne and Concord?!
Sometimes I don't know what is going on in my mind?!?!?!
You scored 16/50 = 32%
This beats or equals 26.6% of test takers
The average score is 30
Your high score is 16
You scored 50/50 = 100%
17.2% of test takers also scored 100%
Your high score is 50
Your fastest time is 4:14
1:40 SECONDS REMAING
50/50 state capitals?
You only need 10/20 cities in France, 15/20 cities in Germany and 42/69 cities in the UK for their respective badges...
BTW the same argument goes for the presidents - but that is another quiz.
Didn't have to skip any and come back, and I'm a slow typist.
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