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What city is the oldest and largest in Afghanistan?
a) Mazari-Shareefl b) Agra c) Rawal Pindi d) Kandahanl
What animal in used to carry items in the city?
a) Donkeys b) Horses c) Cows d) Lambs
What is the same about Denven and Mazari-Shareefl?
a) It snows in both cities. b) It is always very hot in both cities. c) It rains every day in both cities. d) It is always -4 degrees or lower
How many students are enrolled in schools in Afghanistan?
a) 5.4 million b) 6.8 million c) 5.1 million d) 10 million
Where did students go to school when their schools were destroyed?
a) Into tents b) Into houses c) Into campers d) On the streets
How were many schools destroyed?
a) By Civil War b) Hurricanes c) Tornadoes d) Floods
What sport do people in Afghanistan play the most?
a) Bizciki b) Toe Pay Dandu c) Pahlwan d) Field hockey
What is Pahlwan?
a) A type of wrestling b) A type of horse riding c) A type of football d) A type of soccer
What are kites made of in Afghanistan?
a) Bamboo and rice paper b) Sticks c) Metal d) Plastic
What sport in played by both children and adults in Afghanistan?
a) Kite fighting b) Pahlwan c) Wrestling d) Tae Kwon Do
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