Which is the largest country?

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comparatives of adjectives

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Question 1

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Which is the largest country in the world by area?
Answer
  • Russia
  • the USA
  • Canada

Question 2

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Which is the biggest country in the world by population?
Answer
  • China
  • India
  • Indonesia

Question 3

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Which is the biggest city in the world?
Answer
  • London
  • Tokyo
  • New York

Question 4

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Which is the biggest city in Latvia?
Answer
  • Ventspils
  • Daugavpils
  • Riga

Question 5

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Which is the longest river in the world?
Answer
  • the River Nile
  • the River Amazon
  • the River Missisipi

Question 6

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Which is the longest river in Latvia?
Answer
  • the River Gauja
  • the River Daugava
  • the River Lielupe

Question 7

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Which is the largest lake in the world?
Answer
  • Lake Superior
  • the Caspian Sea
  • Reindeer Lake

Question 8

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Which is the largest lake in Latvia?
Answer
  • Lake Lubans
  • Lake Razna
  • Lake Dridzis

Question 9

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Which is the highest mountain in the world?
Answer
  • Mount Everest
  • Mont Blanc
  • K2

Question 10

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Which is the largest ocean in the world?
Answer
  • the Pacific Ocean
  • the Atlantic Ocean
  • the Indian Ocean
  • the Southern Ocean
  • the Arctic Ocean

Question 11

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Which is the largest island in the world?
Answer
  • Great Britain
  • Iceland
  • Greenland
  • Ireland
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