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What is the Copper Belt?
a) A region rich in copper that stretches from Zambia to Democratic Republic of the Congo. b) The capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. c) A powerful kingdom that once ruled much of Central Africa. d) A disease that spreads by mosquitoes that causes fever and pain
What is Kinshasa?
a) The uppermost spreading branchy layer of a forest. b) The capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. c) The rise in prices that occurs when currency loses its buying power. d) A condition of not getting enough nutrients from food.
What is the Kongo Kingdom?
a) A region rich in copper that stretches from Zambia to Democratic Republic of the Congo. b) The capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. c) A powerful kingdom that once ruled much of Central Africa. d) The major river of Central Africa.
What is Malaria?
a) A regional variety of a language. b) A white material made from elephant tusks. c) A river in Central Africa that flows into the Indian Ocean. d) A disease that spreads by mosquitoes that causes fever and pain.
What is the Congo River?
a) The major river of Central Africa. b) A river in Central Africa that flows into the Indian Ocean. c) A regional variety of a language. d) A disease that spreads by mosquitoes that causes fever and pain.
What is the Zambezi River?
a) The major river of Central Africa. b) A river in Central Africa that flows into the Indian ocean. c) A white material made from elephant tusks. d) The uppermost spreading branchy layer of a forest.
What is Ivory?
a) The major river of Central Africa. b) A condition of not getting enough nutrients from food. c) A white material made from elephant tusks. d) The rise in prices that occurs when currency loses its buying power.
What is a dialect?
a) A condition of not getting enough nutrients from food. b) A white material made from elephant tusks. c) The uppermost spreading branchy layer of a forest. d) A regional variety of a language.
What is malnutrition?
a) A condition of not getting enough nutrients from food. b) A region rich in copper that stretches from Zambia to Democratic Republic of the Congo. c) The capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. d) A disease that spreads by mosquitoes that causes fever and pain.
What is a canopy?
a) The uppermost spreading branchy layer of a forest. b) A disease that spreads by mosquitoes that causes fever and pain. c) The major river of Central Africa. d) A white material made from elephant tusks.
What is inflation?
a) The rise in prices that occurs when currency loses its buying power. b) A regional variety of a language. c) A region rich in copper that stretches from Zambia to Democratic Republic of the Congo. d) A disease that spreads by mosquitoes that causes fever and pain.
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