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Geographic Clichés and Proverbs Quiz

Fill in the blanks to these common geography-related phrases.
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First submittedJune 16, 2016
Last updatedJune 16, 2016
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Geographic Phrase
Don't make a mountain out of a molehill
It's all Greek to me
Around the world in eighty days
Pardon my French
You're speaking Double Dutch
Not for all the tea in China
Geographic Phrase
Follow to the ends of the Earth
The British are coming!
When in Rome, do as the Romans do
As American as apple pie
Enjoying an Indian summer
As vast as the Amazon
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level 79
Jun 16, 2016
I'd never heard of as vast as the Amazon, but it did come up first in Google. As vast as the ocean is a common Christian phrase, usually "God's love is as vast as the ocean".