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Europe Review

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  • Q1

    Which of the following should be added to the list of benefits?

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    Connected oceans and lakes. 

    Carved valleys wherever they flowed.

    Provided drainage for industrial pollution.

    Provided transportation routes for goods and people.

  • Q2

    Which of the following correctly identifies the location of European countries based on the map?

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    I. England; II. France; III. Spain; IV. Norway; V. Sweden

    I. England; II. Spain; III. France; IV. Norway; V. Sweden

    I. England; II. France; III. Spain; IV. Sweden; V. Norway

    I. France; II. England; III. Spain; IV. Sweden; V. Norway

  • Q3

    Determine which of the following energy sources should be added to the chart.

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  • Q4

    Which profession is ALL of the famous Europeans below:

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  • Q5

    Europe is considered a peninsula of peninsulas, which explains why many countries in the region - 

    use terrace farming to support the population 

    experience very cold climate conditions

    depend on the sea for economic growth

    lack political connections with each other

  • Q6

    How does physical geography in Europe affect the distribution of goods?

    A warm, temperate climate allows for year-round work in Europe.

    Numerous highways have been built across the Northern European Plains.

    Navigable rivers and harbors provide many European cities with trading ports.

    Mountain barriers have closed off access to overland routes to Europe.

  • Q7

    The architectural example is common throughout much of Western Europe. This type of architecture reflects the cultural influence of - 

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    Christian values on Europe

    Greek philosophy in Europe

    wealthy donors in Europe

    cultural convergence in Europe

  • Q8

    The timeline below includes events from Western European history. Which timeline event created cooperation among European countries with the goal of strengthening trade among the countries? 

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    Berlin Wall was torn down as East and West Germany unite

    European Union created

    First Crusades begins

    Napoleon was crowned emperor of France

  • Q9

    Why were the Middle Ages given their name?

    They were a transition period between ancient and modern times.

    They refer to the midpoint of civilization's history.

    They came just before the Dark Ages.

    They are neither young nor old.

  • Q10

    Which of the following statements explains how the Crusades influenced European culture?

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    The Crusades introduced new ideas to the culture of Northern Europe.

    The Crusades caused skilled European workers to organize guilds.

    The Crusades changed the weapons European armies used.

    The Crusades encouraged new ethnic groups to migrate to Northern Europe.

  • Q11

    Which is an accurate statement about World War I?

    It grew out of political changes and rivalries among European powers.

    In the end, Germany was pardoned for starting the war.

    It led to Germany's division into two countries.

    It involved only the countries of Western Europe. 

  • Q12

    What triggered the beginning of World War II?

    The Soviet Union invaded Poland.

    Germany invaded Poland.

    Germany invaded the Soviet Union.

    The Soviet Union attacked Germany.

  • Q13

    Which of the following was a result of the loss of Soviet control in Eastern Europe?

    a migration of the population to rural areas

    a refusal to adopt new educational systems

    the loss of national traditions and identity

    the rising influence of international popular culture

  • Q14

    Why did Emperor Constantine move the capital of the Roman Empire from Rome to Constantinople? 

    He wanted a site that would be less threatened by barbarian invaders than Rome.

    He wanted a location on a sea route to China.

    He wanted to live in the city bearing his name.

    He preferred Constantinople's climate and food.

  • Q15

    Which country in Northern Europe uses geothermal energy to heat its capital city?






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