2. Does not accept 'Andardikuh' for Antarctica.
3. Way too much time allowed. I would recommend 7 seconds.
4. Pangaea covers all of them.
It is Australasia!
i got 48 seconds left
you could just aswell say you ve been beaten by 90%, cause you didnt get a better score than them. If equalling means beating someone, you been beaten by a lot of people.
i guess it would be bad for the egos when getting a quiz 100% and then hearing you only beat 10% or something. I can envision the chaos and the tantrums now. So eventhough it is wrong, one has beaten others when they score exactly the same. I can see quizmasters reasoning now. You got to keep them content
I don't mind accepting Australia but these actual names should be allowed as well.
Croatia = Croatia - Cro =Atia
Atia = A_ia _=s= Asia
Central African Republic & South Africa
Central African Republic = African
African - n = Africa
South Africa = Africa
Ocean + ia = Oceania
European Union & Eurasia
European Union = European
European - an = Europe
Eurasia - Asia = Eur + ope = Europe
United States of America & American Samoa
United States of America = America
South + America = South America
North + America = North America
American Samoa = American
American - n = America
n + orth = north = North + America = North America
Samoa - amoa = S
Amoa = Am_a _ = --- = Ama
Do you know?
Ama > Father Filipino > English
o = S+o = So + uth = South + America = South America
Arctic Ocean = Arctic = A___ rctic_
_ = n, t, a, a = Antarctica
If you speak about geological continents you'll have only Eurasia and one America and indeed in English Australia.
(And if you speak acording to the Olympic Comitee you have 5 continents with America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Oceania).
The places in the original version of the board game "Monopoly" were inspired by Atlantic City, New Jersey.
I got this as my "interesting fact" but it's incorrect. Monopoly was inspired by London.
Please fix these simple mistakes Quizmaster
Africa - Roman province
Asia - Alternative name for Persia found in Herodotus
Europe - Europa, mythological Queen of Crete.
Oceania - Only continent linked by oceans. Australia came from Latin meaning "southern."
North and South America - Named after explorer Amerigo Vespucci
This quiz is so easy I thought that I'd teach you something!