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Country Chain Quiz by Pronunciation

The first phoneme of a country name = the last phoneme of the previous country name. I went by the standard (British/American) English dialects, my main source being the Cambridge Dictionary but it should work in all (major) dialects.
The first&the last countries do not follow this rule therefore you are given their first/last letter
I decided not to distinguish between weak/strong /i/ and /u/
Quiz by Etanna
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Last updated: April 19, 2019
First submittedApril 19, 2019
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Country
The first country starts with:
/g/
Conakry is its capital
Guinea
Motto: Allahu akbar
Iraq
Its coastline lies on the Bight of Biafra
Cameroon
Comprised of the North and the South Island
New Zealand
The Faroe Islands
Denmark
Official languages: English and Gilbertese
Kiribati
Asian, yet part of the EU
Cyprus
In South America, speaks Dutch and main minorities are Indian and Maroon
Suriname
Also a lake
Malawi
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Country
Currency: New Shekel
Israel
It's a Grand Duchy
Luxembourg
Currency: Euro
Greece
A microstate, homeland of Valentina Monetta
San Marino
Official language: Arabic
Oman
Mount Everest
Nepal
A double-locked principality
Liechtenstein
King: Willem-Alexander
Netherlands
Currency: kwacha
Zambia
The last country end in:
/ə/
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level 64
Apr 19, 2019
Fantastic once again Etanna! I took it untimed because the time was only pressuring me :P

After a solid 10 minutes I did eventually get all but the last one. I must admit, this is one of the most creative quizzes I've seen on the site! And of course it was from you :)
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level 60
Jul 9, 2019
Thank you so much, your kind words mean a lot to me! And I am glad that you enjoyed the quiz!
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level 30
Apr 19, 2019
Oh god I must be pronouncing some of these very wrong
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level 60
Jul 9, 2019
knowing English, any pronunciation possible is probably valid in some part of the world :D