Monte Carlo is a part of what city?
In what micronation would one find the district of Monte Carlo?
Maybe delete one of them?
Since JetPunk uses Wikipedia a lot, and that site says, "Ulaanbaatar, formerly anglicised as Ulan Bator..." it seems the answer should be displayed as 'Ulaanbaatar' and accept 'Ulan Bator' as a typein. Not the other way around.
having a flag of red, white, and blue?
"Me father he was orange and me mother she was green." The Irish flag has green for Ireland, orange for mainly British Protestants in Northern Ireland. The U.K. has a red, white and blue flag.
I know that's not a totally accurate account of the tricolor, but it is a way that it is thought of.
And no, I'm not pushing for the answer to be modified. It actually all ties back to the same dude.
Part of Ireland IS part of the UK. Protestants are (I believe) the majority in *that* part of Ireland. Remember, Ireland is an island (too), but that's largely irrelevant to the point made - protestants in Northern Ireland are associated with orange, and their nation's flag is red, white and blue. Admittedly, stretching it to a country being associated with orange is a bit much, but that doesn't excuse your comments
"What is the only country, other than India, to be majority Hindu?"
"Besides India, what other country is predominately Hindu?"
Great quiz! Thank you!
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Is there a big discrepancy in how many questions each country has in the databank or was this just fluke?
The same way the plural of the word 'metaphor' is 'metaphors' and not 'metaphorai' (as in Greek)
It's an English word, regardless of its origins, so its plural should be in English.
Yes they are both currently words in english and yes they have been borrowed (via latin from greek). But -i is not a normal english plural, that one still maintains the original latin plural. While metaphor does take the english plural otherwise it would be metaphorae. If you had replaced cacti for cactuses in your argument you would have a much better case. Still wobbly though.
"the same way" really doesnt fly here, quite the opposite.
The only answer is Libya, whereas there is also Tripoli in Lebanon. I believe Lebanon should also be accepted as an answer