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    • Australia and New Zealand Quiz Form 7 Tallinn
    • Questions 1-5
    • Question 1
      • What does the name 'Canberra' mean?
    • Question 2
      • There are the kangaroo and the emu on the coat of arms of Australia. Why were they chosen?
    • Question 3
      • How long is the land-boundary of Australia?
    • Question 4
      • When was Australia discovered ?
    • Question 5
      • What is the highest point of Australia?
      • How high is it?
    • Answers 1-5
    • Answer 1
      • What does the name 'Canberra' mean?
      • Answer: The Aborigional word 'kanberra' means ‘ a meeting place '
    • Answer 2
      • There are the kangaroo and the emu on the coat of arms of Australia. Why were they chosen?
      • Answer: They never go back and move only forward
    • Answer 3
      • How long is the land-boundary of Australia?
      • Answer: 0 kilometers
    • Answer 4
      • When was Australia discovered ?
      • Answer: in 1616
    • Answer 5
      • What is the highest point of Australia?
      • How high is it?
      • Answer:
      • Mount Kosciusko
      • 2,340m
    • Questions 6-10
    • Question 6
      • Finish the sentence:
      • Australia was first used as a ................. colony by the English.
    • Question 7
      • True or false:
      • There are many rainforests in Australia.
    • Question 8
      • What is it?
      • Australians presented it to the British Parliament and it is still in use.
    • Question 9
      • What aerodynamic invention was made by an Australian Aborigine?
    • Question 10
      • January 26 is an important day for Australians. What day is it?
    • Answers 6-10
    • Answer 6
      • Finish the sentence:
      • Australia was first used as a ................. colony by the English.
      • Answer: prison
    • Answer 7
      • True or false
      • There are many rainforests in Australia.
      • Answer: False
    • Answer 8
      • What is it?
      • Australians presented it to the British Parliament and it is still in use.
      • Answer: Speaker’s chair
      • in the House of Commons
    • Answer 9
      • What aerodynamic invention was made by an Australian Aborigine?
      • Answer: a boomerang
    • Answer 10
      • January 26 is an important day for Australians. What day is it?
      • Answer: Australia Day
    • Questions 11-15
    • Question 11
      • Who or what is "kauri"?
      • a bird
      • an animal
      • a tree
      • a volcano
    • Question 12
      • Australia’s longest river is the Murray Darling. How long is it?
      • a)270 km
      • b) 27000 km
      • c) 2700 km
      • d) 2,7 km
    • Question 13
      • What does “Oz” mean ?
    • Question 14
      • Who is the head of state of Australia?
    • Question 15
      • What is Australian national floral emblem?
    • Answers 11-15
    • Answer 11
      • Who or what is "kauri"?
      • a bird
      • an animal
      • a tree
      • a volcano
      • Answer: a tree
    • Answer 12
      • Australia’s longest river is the Murray Darling. How long is it?
      • a)270 km
      • b) 27000 km
      • c) 2700 km
      • d) 2,7 km
      • Answer: c) 2700 km
    • Answer 13
      • What does “Oz” mean ?
      • Answer: Australia
    • Answer 14
      • Who is the head of state of Australia?
      • Answer:
      • Queen Elizabeth II
    • Answer 15
      • What is Australian national floral emblem?
      • Answer:
      • Golden Wattle
    • Questions 16-20
    • Question 16
      • What is a “creek”?
    • Question 17
      • How far can a large red or grey kangaroo leap?
      • a) 3 meters
      • b)6 meters
      • c) 9 meters
      • d) 12 meters
    • Question 18
      • Why did all life come to a standstill in Australia in 1851?
    • Question 19
      • What season and month is it now in Australia?
    • Question 20
      • What is the most typical Australian Christmas present?
        • Christmas tree,
        • Turkey,
        • Beach towel,
        • The Queen`s portrait
    • Answers 16-20
    • Answer 16
      • What is a “creek”?
      • Answer :
      • A creek is a temporary river
      • in Australia, which has water
      • only during the rainy periods
    • Answer 17
      • How far can a large red or grey kangaroo leap?
      • a) 3 meters
      • b)6 meters
      • c) 9 meters
      • d) 12 meters
      • Answer: 9 meters
    • Answer 18
      • Why did all life come to a standstill in Australia in 1851?
      • Answer: Gold was found
      • in Australia
    • Answer 19
      • What season and month is it now in Australia?
      • Answer: Summer, December
    • Answer 20
      • What is the most typical Australian Christmas present?
        • Christmas tree,
        • turkey,
        • beach towel,
        • the Queen`s portrait
      • Answer: C – beach towel
    • Questions 21-25
    • Question 21
      • The name of this Australian animal means “no drink “ in Aboriginal language? Is it
        • The turtle,
        • The kangaroo,
        • The koala,
        • The dingo?
    • Question 22
      • What is in the picture?
      • A)
      • B)
      • C)
      • D)
    • Question 23
      • Almost ___ percent of Australians live in cities. a. 60 b. 75 c. 90
    • Question 24
      • What are New Zealand's national sporting colours ?
    • Question 25
      • What is Pohutukawa ?
    • Answers 21-25
    • Answer 21
      • The name of this Australian animal means “no drink “ in Aboriginal language? Is it
        • the turtle,
        • the kangaroo,
        • the koala,
        • the dingo?
      • Answer: the koala
    • Answer 22
      • A) The Sydney Opera House . The building was designed by Danish acrhitect, Jorn Utzon.
      • B) Ayers Rock (Ulluru).Located in Ulura-Kata Tjuta National Park 450 kms south west of Alice Springs,  it is the world’s largest monolith (single stone) and an Aboriginal sacred site.
      • C) The Sydney Harbour Bridge: Weighing 52800 tonnes, with an arch span of 503m  the bridge was opened in 1932. It is one of the longest one-bow bridges in the world  with a length of
      • 1150m.
      • D) TheTwelve Apostles are world-recognised icons of the Great Ocean Road. These giant limestone rock stacks (around 45 meters high) soar from the waters of the Southern Ocean and are a central feature of the Port Campbell National Park.
    • Answer 23
      • Almost ___ percent of Australians live in cities. a. 60 b. 75 c. 90
      • Answer: c) 90
    • Answer 24
      • What are New Zealand's national sporting colours ?
      • Answer :
      • Black and White(silver)
    • Answer 25
      • What is Pohutukawa ?
      • Answer: New Zealand's
      • native Christmas tree
    • Questions 26-30
    • Question 26
      • What are the official languages in New Zealand?
    • Question 27
      • Name the body of water that separates the North and South Islands of NewZealand?
      • Bass Strait
      • Tasman Sea
      • Foveaux Strait
      • Cook Strait
    • Question 28
      • Name the two anthems of New Zealand
    • Question 29
      • What famous trilogy was filmed in New Zealand and who is the author of the trilogy?
    • Question 30
      • What country of the world has no poisonous snakes, crocodiles, spiders and even gnats?
    • Answers 26-30
    • Answer 26
      • What are the official languages in New Zealand?
      • Answer : English and Maori
    • Answer 27
      • Name the body of water that separates the North and South Islands of NewZealand?
      • Bass Strait
      • Tasman Sea
      • Foveaux Strait
      • Cook Strait
      • Answer: d) Cook Strait
    • Answer 28
      • Name the two anthems of New Zealand
      • Answer : 1.God defend New Zealand;
      • 2. God save the Queen
    • Answer 29
      • What famous trilogy was filmed in New Zealand and who is the author of the trilogy?
      • Answer: " The Lord of the Rings"
      • J.R.R. Tolkien
    • Answer 30
      • What country of the world has no poisonous snakes, crocodiles, spiders and even gnats?
      • Answer: New Zealand
    • Thank you!