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The Americas Geography by Letter - M

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Clue
Answer
South Florida metropolis
Capital of Uruguay
Peru's top tourist attraction
Longest river in North America
City once the Aztec capital
of Tenochtitlan
Borough of New York City
"Land of 10,000 lakes"
"Land of 100,000 lakes"
New England state
Small island shared by France
and the Netherlands
Saint Martin
Clue
Answer
California desert
Second largest city in Colombia
Mitten-shaped U.S. state
Canadian city named after Mount Royal
Biggest city in the Amazon
Term for a "table-shaped" hill of
the western U.S.
World's largest cave system
Mammoth Caves
Capital of Nicaragua
This Venezuelan "lake" is actually
an ocean bay
Lake Maracaibo
Third largest metro area in Mexico
Former name of Denali
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Answer
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+6
level 32
Oct 2, 2014
I really enjoy these quizzes, but after spreading the (country) love in the European and Asian ones, why do 18 of the 24 questions have to be about the USA when there are 35 countries plus many other territories in the Americas?
+1
level āˆž
Nov 14, 2017
Made some changes to make it less U.S. centric.
+8
level 68
Mar 25, 2015
I really wish they would start a quiz site for Europeans and Asians so we wouldn't have to read the complaining of non Americans about bias in the quizzes. I am not American but I understand that the site and the quiz creators generally are American. Go out and create your own wonderfully non American site. I will go there as well and not complain about regional bias, I promise.
+6
level 73
Mar 25, 2015
Someone has created several quizzes about geography of the Americas without the USA. I'm American but I enjoy taking both. I also take the quizzes about France, Australia, etc. I also do not understand all the whining about the quizzes biased toward American questions. If you do not like them, then skip them once you see the questions just as I skip the quizzes written in foreign languages I don't understand, or all the sports quizzes. Sheesh, people, give it a rest.
+13
level 73
Mar 25, 2015
The fact that the United States exists is inconvenient for some world views and therefore a constant source of irritation to those who hold such views.
+2
level 51
Mar 25, 2015
kalbahamut, absolute savage! XD
+1
level 71
Mar 25, 2015
I completed several The Americas (without US) Geography by Letter just in response to the whining I read in the comments. I'm currently working on the letter G. Without being obscure, its not as easy as it sounds. Click on my name to complete them.
+2
level 75
Mar 26, 2015
Great quizzez, hwes ... too many Canadian questions, though :)
+4
level 70
Apr 13, 2015
I would also question exactly WHO are writing the questions. If someone is American, there's likely a bias toward writing Ameriocentric questions. If someone is French, Canadian, Brazilian, South African, Cambodian, etc., their quiz submissions will mostly likely be biased toward their own knowledge. So, the simple solution is to get more people outside the US to write quizzes.
+4
level 46
Jul 11, 2018
The fact that the rest of the world exists is inconvenient for some American views and therefore a constant source of irritation to those who hold such views.
+3
level 73
Jul 11, 2018
^ yeah that's why you see Americans constantly complaining that there are questions pertaining to other countries.

oh, wait... that never happens.

You might want to read about this: Psychological projection
+1
level 76
Mar 25, 2015
I agree with the two comments above. This was a fun quiz, relessness, thanks for making it!
+3
level 61
Mar 25, 2015
I'll bet the second post to history's first internet bulletin board was a complaint about the first post.
+3
level 60
Mar 25, 2015
I disagree. In fact, I resent your post.
+1
level 60
Mar 25, 2015
(sarcasm)
+3
level 68
Jul 11, 2018
Iā€™m offended by your post.
+3
level 73
Jul 11, 2018
Was the first one "First!" ?
+1
level 63
Sep 20, 2015
Denali is the official name for the mountain in Alaska, highest in North America.
+1
level 57
Jul 13, 2018
Did you read the question?
+1
level 36
Jun 21, 2016
Now that Mt. McKinley has been officially renamed Denali, it should be removed from the list
+2
level āˆž
Nov 14, 2017
Changed the question
+2
level 70
Nov 17, 2017
Oh snap! Guess it didn't need to "be removed from the list" after all.
+2
level 54
Mar 9, 2017
nearly all the questions are about the United States. Its not all about america. There are so many more countries in the americas
+2
level 66
Oct 23, 2017
Yes, surprised not to see Machu Picchu, one of the most recognizable landmarks of S. America
+2
level āˆž
Nov 14, 2017
Added Machu Picchu and other non-U.S. questions
+1
level 75
Nov 15, 2017
I expected question about Mackenzie river.
+1
level 66
Nov 17, 2017
"Canadian city named after Mount Royal" How the bleep did I manage to not get that. It gives you the answer in the question for goodness sakes. I went through every Canadian city I could think of, bar the blinking answer. I'm off to hang my head in shame.
+1
level 70
Nov 17, 2017
LOL!!! Can definitely relate.
+3
level 63
Nov 28, 2017
Is the Missouri not technically the longest river in the USA as opposed to the Mississippi?
+1
level 73
Jul 11, 2018
Nothing "technically" about it. It not only is the largest river in the US, but it's also the longest river in North America. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Missouri_River
+3
level 69
Jul 11, 2018
I don't usually comment on my score, but I thought I would mention that I got a perfect score on this one because I count at least six questions that I definitely wouldn't have gotten before I started doing Jetpunk quizzes. I'm learnding!

Also, I resent the fact that Manitoba felt the need to try to one-up Minnesota's slogan :P
+2
level 48
Jul 11, 2018
I'm with Walter Hall (above); longest river in U.S. is the Missouri.
+1
level 66
Jul 11, 2018
The world's LONGEST cave sysem is the Mammoth, the LARGEST is Son Doong.
+1
level 18
Jul 11, 2018
The largest river in North America is the Missouri River not the Mississippi river
+1
level 46
Jul 12, 2018
Taking this quiz made me suddenly realize that the US needs a major city named Royal Mountain. Canada has Montreal, which is French for Royal Mountain, and Mexico has Monterrey, which is Spanish for...Royal Mountain. And our language is English.
+1
level 73
Jul 13, 2018
We have Magic Mountain; that's not good enough?
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