1. how many countries are there in north america?
2. can you name them?
3. how about south america? how many and what are they?
4. now do the same for central america.
5. name the large bodies of water (not oceans) present in north america. disregard the great lakes.
6. how many states are there in the United State of America?
7. how many states are there in the United Mexican States?
8. how many provinces are there in Canada?
9. what is the capital of the united states of america? in what state is it located?
10. what is the capital of the united mexican states? in what state is it located?
11. what is the capital of canada? in what province is it located?
12. belmopan is the capital of what central american country?
13. there is a trench along the west side of the caribbean sea. what is it called?
14. in the caribbean sea, there is an island that hosts two countries. what are they?
15. what is the capital of jamaica?
16. the united kingdom lays claim on an group of three islands in the caribbean sea. what are they called?
17. what is the world highest navigable lake?
18. the driest desert on earth is in south america. what is it called and what country is it located in?
19. what is the capital of brazil?
20. france lays claim to a nation in south america. what is it?
21. the official language of a country in latin america is dutch. what country is this?
22. what tropic line crosses south america?
23. the us dollar is the monetary unit of what latin american nation?
24. what is the southernmost piece of land in south america called?
25. what is the stretch of water between argentina and uruguay called?
k, 25 questinos should be enough :) easy peasy.
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