Quiz created: 020726

Straits & Channels

Instructions:

Answer the multiple choice questions, guessing if necessary; then click on the "Process Questions" button at the end of the quiz to see your score in the adjacent message box. The program will not reveal which questions you got wrong, only how many points you have. Go back and change your answers until you get them all right. (The message box will rejoice at that point and the page will change color to show it is tickled pink.)

Points to note: (1) Questions with only one possible answer are one point each. (2) Questions with one or more possible answers (represented by check boxes) give a point for each correct answer, but also subtract a point for each wrong answer! (3) The program will not attempt to score your efforts at all if you have not tried at least half of the questions. (4) This quiz is for your own use only. No record of your progress is kept or reported to anyone.


1. The Mozambique Channel lies between Mozambique &
Zambia  Zanzibar  Yemen  Madagascar  Cape Verde  No Answer
2. The Strait of Magellan passes through
Russia  Panama  Chile  Quebec  Iran  No Answer
3. St. George's Channel passes between
Britain and Ireland 
Britain and France 
Poland and Sweden 
Hong Kong and China 
India and Bangladesh 
India and Pakistan 
Malaysia and Singapore 
Australia and New Zealand 
No Answer
4. The Bering Strait lies between
Greenland & Iceland 
Florida & Cuba 
Russia & Alaska 
Newfoundland & Nova Scotia 
No Answer
5. The Strait of Gibraltar is adjacent to the coast of
Britain  Iceland  Denmark  Morocco  Alaska  No Answer
6. The Strait of Malacca passes between
Greece & Italy 
Corsica & Sardinia 
Cyprus & Turkey 
Indonesia & Malaysia 
No Answer
7. Queen Charlotte Sound runs along the coast of
8. The Kauai Channel passes through
Quebec  Alaska  Saskatchewan  Missouri  Texas  Hawaii  No Answer
9. The Strait of the Bosporus passes through
Quebec  Korea  Greece  Turkey  Denmark  No Answer
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This consummately cool, pedagogically compelling, self-correcting,
multiple-choice quiz was produced automatically from
a simple text file of questions using D.K. Jordan's
dubiously original, but publicly accessible
Think Again Quiz Maker
of July 26, 2002.