Interestingly, I've always thought us North Americans should grab half of Iceland for the same reason.
You’re not part of the UN, are you?
The continents are specifically defined, so get over it!
The Caribbean is a part of North America
Guatemala Bolivia (then) Argentina (and) Ecuador Chile Brazil
Both Yemens, Kuwait, and Bahrain
The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium, and Portugal
France, England, Denmark, and Spain
Thailand, Nepal, and Bhutan
Then Bangladesh (Asia)
And China, Korea, Japan
I had a question about...the UK is not a country like the UAE. It's a group or Federation. Northern Ireland, Wales, England, and Scotland are countries. In the UAE, you have Dubai, Sharjah, Ras al-Khaimah, Fujairah, Ajman, Umm al-Quwain, and Abu Dhabi. Some places on the internet call Scotland a country or England
a country. Not so much with the UAE, but they do, sometimes.
I know for the UK, one person represents the whole UK in the UN. So, it's difficult to determine when any website you look up England on, it'll say England is a country in Europe. Well, how can a country like England be part of a country like the UK?
In short, no, it's not about plate tectonics at all. Plate tectonic theory was first proposed in the early 1900s, a very long time after we were calling Africa Africa, calling Asia Asia, calling Europe Europe and so on.
you want to be technical about it, they should be considered
part of South America. That does not exorcise them from the
Caribbean because Venezuela and Colombia are in South \
America, yet considered part of the Caribbean because part
of their countries are on the Caribbean.
either Panama is in South America or Colombia is in North America!
I think you're going to have to rename these quizzes 'name all of the countries coloured yellow in this map'
You scored 6/23 = 26%
This beats or equals 5.3% of test takers
The average score is 19
Your high score is 6