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Europe Unit 1 Test Review


How does the temperature change as you move closer to the equator?

  • Gets hotter

  • Gets colder

  • Gets more rain

  • Gets more snow


  • Gets hotter


How does the temperature change as you move farther from the equator?

  • Gets hotter

  • Gets colder

  • Gets more rain

  • Gets more snow


2. Gets colder


Which landform affects the climate in the Southern part of Europe?

  • Mountains

  • Rivers

  • Plains

  • Peninsulas


  • Mountains


Which 2 rivers are most important to Europe? Why are they so important?

  • Volga and Nile ~ longest

  • Danube and Volga~ location

  • Volga and Rhine ~ tributaries

  • Rhine and Danube~ trade


4. Rhine and Danube~ trade


Where does warm air come from along the N.Western part of Europe?What kind of climate does it create?

  • Pacific ocean ~ hot

  • Atlantic ocean ~ mild

  • Gulf stream ~ mild

  • Gulf stream ~ cold


3. Gulf stream ~ mild


Which river is 2,200 miles long? Where is it located?

  • Rhine ~ Russia

  • Danube ~ Germany

  • Volga~ Poland

  • Volga~ Russia


4. Volga~ Russia


What is the primary resources in Ruhr Valley Germany

  • Oil

  • Coal

  • Iron ore

  • Forests


2. coal


Which 2 countries does the Iberian Peninsula cover?

  • Spain and Italy

  • Italy and France

  • Sweden and Norway

  • Spain and Portugal


4. Spain and Portugal


What is a trade barrier?

  • A river that has tributaries to move traders along

  • Something that makes trade an obstacle, or hard

  • An easy opening for traders

  • Something that makes trade accessible


2. Something that makes trade an obstacle, or hard


Which is the largest mountain range in Europe?

  • Pyrenees

  • Alps

  • Ural

  • Rockies


2. Alps


Which body of water borders the S.Coast of Europe

  • Pacific Ocean

  • Atlantic Ocean

  • North Sea

  • Mediterranean Sea


4. Mediterranean Sea


Which resource is made to make iron and is mostly found Russia and Ukraine

  • Oil

  • Coal

  • Iron ore

  • Forests


3. Iron ore


What is Voluntary Trade?

  • when 2 countries agree to trade because they will both profit?

  • when 2 countries disagree to trade

  • when 2 countries restrict trade with each other

  • when 2 countries only export goods


1. when 2 countries agree to trade because they will both profit?


All of the following help countries trade EXCEPT:

1. transportation

2. communication

3. mountains

4. rivers


3. mountains


Which is a a natural resource?

  • Desk

  • Pencil

  • Tank

  • forests


4. forests


Which 2 countries are considered to speak the romance languages?

  • France and Spain

  • Spain and Germany

  • Italy and Greece

  • France and Italy


4. France and Italy


Cultural Diversity is:

  • Cultures and people share similar beliefs

  • Cultures and people come from different regions with different languages, religions, customs, etc

  • Cultures and people come from different regions with the same languages, religions, customs, etc


2. Cultures and people come from different regions with different languages, religions, customs, etc


Cultural Diffusion is:

  • When cultures keep the same languages and beliefs after moving to another region

  • When cultures blend their languages and beliefs after moving to another region

  • New customs are followed by a small group of people


2. When cultures blend their languages and beliefs after moving to another region


Which European language has been around the longest?

  • German

  • Italian

  • Greek

  • Latin


3. Greek


How many gods do Jews believe in? What is the vocabulary word for this belief?

  • One god ~ polytheism

  • One god ~ Abraham

  • One god ~ monotheism

  • One god ~ Allah


3. One god ~ monotheism


Which one is of the Five Pillars of Islam is

1. Hajj

  • Feasting

  • Quran

  • The Ten Commandments


  • Hajj


All European religions:

  • Believe in Jesus

  • Believe in the ten commandments

  • Believe in Christmas

  • Believe in monotheism


4. Believe in monotheism


An embargo is

  • Type of study on how goods, and production work together

  • Type of trade barrier that places restrictions on goods

  • Type of trade barrier that is made by traders in a nation

  • Type of study where they watch ships import goods.


2. Type of trade barrier that places restrictions on goods


A tariff is:

  • Type of study on how goods, and production work together

  • Type of trade barrier that is made by traders in a nation

  • Type of trade barrier that places fees on certain goods

  • Type of study where they watch ships import goods.


3. Type of trade barrier that places fees on certain goods


What happened during the disaster in Chernobyl Ukraine?

1. many people were exposed to high levels of radiation

2. many people died from cancer.

3. crops and water were used to feed the animals only

4. A & B


4. A & B


Which environmental issue do farmers contribute to?

1. they use almost half of Europe’s land for agriculture needs

2. they don’t grow enough crops to support their country

3. they are planting crops during the wrong seasons so they are dying

4. they don’t take care of their farms


1. they use almost half of Europe’s land for agriculture needs


Global warming is:

  • When the air quality becomes denser

  • When the climate changes

  • When pollutants impact the water

  • All of the above


4 All of the above


All of the following are negative affects of urban living EXCEPT:

1. poor air quality/ pollution

2. overpopulation

3. increased health risks

4. use of less energy


4. use of less energy


All of the following are trade barriers except:

  • Rhine

  • Ural Mts

  • Tariffs

  • Embargo


1. Rhine


Christianity believes in..

  • Torah, Moses as the prophet, practiced in W. Europe

  • Bible, Jesus as the Messiah, practiced in most of Europe

  • Quran, Allah, 5 Pillars, practiced in E. Europe


2. Bible, Jesus as the Messiah, practiced in most of Europe


Judaism believes in….

  • Torah, Moses as the prophet, practiced in W. Europe

  • Bible, Jesus as the Messiah, practiced in most of Europe

  • Quran, Allah, 5 Pillars, practiced in E. Europe


1. Torah, Moses as the prophet, practiced in W. Europe


Muslims believe in…

  • Torah, Moses as the prophet, practiced in W. Europe

  • Bible, Jesus as the Messiah, practiced in most of Europe

  • Quran, Allah, 5 Pillars, practiced in E. Europe


3. Quran, Allah, 5 Pillars, practiced in E. Europe


2 Bible, Jesus as the Messiah, practiced in most of Europe


Ticket out the door!

On the clean side of your card (Go Green )

~ write name at top

~answer the following questions ~ does NOT have to be complete sentence

  • What one question from your study guide are you still struggling with? WHY?

  • From the list below tell which concept you are most comfortable with and WHY?

    ~ Geography, Environment, Economy, Religion?


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