England or Wales?

Can you guess whether the answer is England, Wales, or both?
Quiz by Jakub
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Last updated: February 8, 2021
First submittedJune 28, 2019
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1. Is one of the four constituent countries of the United Kingdom
England
Wales
Both
2. Has more sheep than people
England
Wales
Both
3. Has a "Megacity", defined as an urban area with a population over 10 million
England
Wales
Both
4. Extends further west
England
Wales
5. Whose capital has 7 letters
England
Wales
Both
6. Where St. David’s, the smallest city in the U.K, is located
England
Wales
7. Has a population of about 56 million
England
Wales
8. Has 2 official languages
England
Wales
Both
9. Has the tallest peak of the two
England
Wales
10. Has a larger land area
England
Wales
11. Contains the Isle of Anglesey
England
Wales
12. Borders Scotland
England
Wales
Both
13. Has a cross on its flag
England
Wales
Both
14. Is considered one of the six "Celtic Nations"
England
Wales
Both
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Level 72
Jul 9, 2019
Whoops - forgot England is extends further west than Wales (Cornwall)
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Level 83
Dec 11, 2019
Land has to end somewhere.
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Level 73
Feb 8, 2021
but is Cornwall in England? In the words of Lisa Simpson, "Rydhsys rag Kernow lemmyn!".
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Level 72
Feb 9, 2021
Land ends at Land's End apparently..
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Level 72
Feb 9, 2021
Damn, you beat me to it! :)
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Level 68
Mar 1, 2021
What? You don't think that was the joke made by someone2018? Really?
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Level 72
Feb 9, 2021
At least got all right this time!
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Level 28
Nov 9, 2019
Hice, well done!
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Level 42
Mar 30, 2020
Good Quiz
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Level 23
Apr 15, 2020
Nice 100% 43 secs left first try. I live in England though so...
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Level 34
Mar 23, 2021
19 secs 100% after 2 attempts tho
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Level 28
Jun 28, 2020
ABritishCat, I know I shouldn't say that here, but take a look at the "Presidents of Brazil" quiz! I gave you an answer
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Level 74
Jul 16, 2020
Grammar: Taller peak of the two
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Level 57
Feb 2, 2021
Neither taller nor tallest is correct, as the question is referring to a point. The correct would be highest peak or higher peak. In a higher vs highest (or taller vs tallest) argument, highest (or tallest) would be more correct because the question specifies "of the two". Although this difference is negligible and both would certainly be correct.
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Level 82
Feb 8, 2021
If the question specifies "of the two", then a comparative (higher or taller) is needed, not a superlative. So you're wrong.
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Level 68
Mar 1, 2021
Higher would be the more appropriate word.
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Level 51
Feb 8, 2021
Congrats on the feature! :)
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Level 66
Feb 8, 2021
Congrats on the feature Jakub!
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Level 69
Feb 8, 2021
Congratulations on your 4th feature Jakub!!
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Level 59
Feb 8, 2021
Congrats Jakub!
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Level 59
Feb 8, 2021
I thought England and Scotland were constituent countries, Wales a principality and Northern Ireland a province. You live and learn.
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Level 57
Feb 8, 2021
"This beats or equals 0.6% of test takers"
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Level 56
Feb 9, 2021
in the grand tradition of Jetpunk pedantry, Wales has only one official language, which is Welsh. English has no formal legal protection anywhere in the UK.
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Level 72
Feb 9, 2021
Welsh and English are both de jure official languages of Wales.
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Level 73
Feb 10, 2021
no, they're not. Welsh is the only de jure official language in any part of the UK.
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Level 69
Feb 11, 2021
Nope, according to Wikipedia, both Welsh and English are the official languages of Wales.
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Level 56
Feb 12, 2021
Yep. Notice the bit in your link where it says that "Welsh is the only official language in any part of the UK"?

Clue: it's in the bit headed 'language'.

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Level 52
Feb 9, 2021
diolch yn fawr!
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Level 38
Mar 29, 2021
The last time I checked, London didn't have a population of over 10 million
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Level 52
Mar 29, 2021
'urban area'
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Level 73
Mar 29, 2021
You should check again
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Level 57
Mar 29, 2021
question 11 doesn’t really make sense, i’m not sure wales ‘contains’ the island. perhaps ‘owns’ or ‘controls’? or ‘anglesey is part of which country’?
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Level 63
Mar 29, 2021
I'd say the question still makes sense, although you are right.
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Level 31
Mar 29, 2021
This is wrong England is technically a Celtic nation because Cornish language and people are Celts
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Level 63
Mar 29, 2021
Cornwall is considered one of the 6 Celtic Nations.
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Level 20
Apr 1, 2021
13/14, missed highest peak one. Surprised I got this many, not even British, with 1:11 left.