Mexico Review: Question Preview (ID: 30992)


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What is a piece of land surrounded on three sides by water?
a) gulf
b) isthmus
c) peninsula
d) island

How many ranges make up the Sierra Madre?
a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

What is a land with different territories and peoples under a single ruler?
a) state
b) country
c) kingdom
d) empire

What was the earliest civilization living in Mexico?
a) Olmec
b) Maya
c) Aztec
d) Inca

What name did Spaniards give people of mixed European and Indian ancestry?
a) mullatoes
b) mestizos
c) Aztecs
d) Spaniards

What name did Spaniards give people of mixed European and African ancestry?
a) mullatoes
b) mestizos
c) Aztecs
d) Spaniards

Church outposts were also known as what?
a) haciendas
b) maquiladoras
c) missions
d) Mexico City

Haciendas are huge what?
a) hats
b) parties
c) cash crops
d) farms

The main language in Mexico is what?
a) English
b) French
c) Mayan
d) Spanish

The main religion in Mexico is what?
a) Roman Catholic
b) Lutheran
c) Buddhist
d) Hindu

Inflation is a rise in what?
a) crops
b) prices
c) government
d) balloons

The practice of burning down forests to make more farmland is what?
a) inflation
b) cash crop
c) slash-and-burn agriculture
d) haciendas

An example of a cash crop in Mexico would be what?
a) silver
b) gold
c) oil
d) sugarcane

A mixture of smoke, chemicals, and fog is called what?
a) smog
b) maquiladoras
c) haciendas
d) cash crops

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