Geography Analogies #9

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Greek and Turkish are to Cyprus as Tamil and _________ are to Sri Lanka
Sinhalese
Europe and Asia are to Turkey as North America and Europe are to _______
Iceland
Antigua is to Barbuda as Sao Tome is to ________
Principe
Coca is to Colombia as _______ are to Afghanistan
Poppies
____ is to South Korea as Sake is to Japan
Soju
Cheers is to England as _______ is to Ireland
Slainte
Salud is to Mexico as _____ is to France
Sante
Kampai is to Japan as ______ is to Korea
Gunbae
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Somaliland is to Somalia as _______ ____ is to Morocco
Western Sahara
Mount Everest is to Nepal and China (Tibet) as __ is to Pakistan and China
K2
Erta Ale is to Ethiopia as Mount __________ is to the Democratic Republic of Congo
Nyiragongo
The Bald Eagle is to the USA as the ______ is to Canada
Beaver
The Unicorn is to ________ as the Lion is to England
Scotland
____________ is to Austria and Switzerland as Andorra is to France and Spain
Liechtenstein
The Boer (Afrikaners) are to South Africa as the Acadians are to ______
Canada
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Level 77
Feb 25, 2016
Coca is singular but poppies is plural. You might want to accept poppy or opium
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Level 73
Feb 25, 2016
Iceland? Why? Turkey is Asian/European, but the only countries that are both N American and European are France (Guadeloupe & Martinique) and Netherlands (Saba, Bonaire and Sint Eustatius)
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Level 18
Mar 2, 2016
A) Coca is not singular, it is a substance, like water or garbage and therefore plural. A coca leaf is singular, like a piece of garbage or a drop of water. B) Iceland is divided between the North American continental shelf and that of Europe. France is not a single landmass divided between two continents, it merely has territories located in other continents. Also by your logic the UK and Denmark would apply.