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    • The Caribbean Review
    • Round 1
    • Question 1 (1 point)Most people in the Caribbean can trace their roots back to ____________.
    • Question 1 (Answer) Africa
    • Question 2 (3 points)The four largest islands of the Caribbean are known as the ________________.
    • Question 2 (Answer) The Greater AntillesCuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica and Puerto Rico
    • Question 3 (5 points)The most populated island in the Caribbean is _____________.
    • Question 3 (Answer)Hispaniola Around 20 million people live on this island!
    • Round 2
    • Question 1 (1 point)A festive occasion that usually involves a public celebration, dancing and a parade that includeselements of circus, masquerade and a street party.
    • Question 1 (Answer) Carnival
    • Question 2 (3 points)This Caribbean religion is Christian based but mixes African themes. God is referred to as Jah and Africa isZion. Much of the lifestyle is based on unity, peace and freedom.
    • Question 2 (Answer) Rastafarian
    • Question 3 (5 points)_____ % of slaves taken from Africa ended up in the Caribbean.
    • Question 3 (Answer) 50%
    • Round 3
    • Question 1 (1 point)The Caribbean gets its name from a large group of natives living in the islands known as the _______.
    • Question 1 (Answer) The Carib
    • Question 2 (3 points)_____________ became the most important cropcultivated in the Caribbean during the 1700 and 1800’s.
    • Question 2 (Answer) Sugar
    • Question 3 (5 points)The four European countries that have the biggest influence on the Caribbean are ____________, ____________, _____________, _______________.
    • Question 3 (Answer)United Kingdom (England)• One third, 33%, 1/3 France Netherlands Spain
    • Round 4
    • Question 1 (1 point)The Bahamas are good examples of relatively flat islands created by ______________.
    • Question 1 (Answer) Coral Reefs or tops of underwater mountains
    • Question 2 (3 points)The reason that we cannot buy products fromCuba is that there is a U.S. imposed ____________.
    • Question 2 (Answer) Embargo
    • Question 3 (5 points)In many islands, the mix of native language/slang and European language has created a whole new language or dialect.The country of Haiti is a great example of where the people speak ________.
    • Question 3 (Answer) Creole
    • Final Question
    • Final Question (Wager 0-10)Natalee Holloway went missing in Aruba in 2005 after a night of partying. The prime suspect in the case was a young, Dutch man named ________________________.
    • Final Question(Answer) Joran van der Sloot