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Countries of Europe Test Review . Sixth Grade Social Studies . Europe . Russia . 307. Which area of Russia has the greatest population? A. Siberia B. European Russia . 307. B. European Russia . 308. Which condition keeps Russia’s natural resources from being used? .

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Countries of Europe Test Review

Sixth Grade Social Studies


Europe


Russia

  • 307. Which area of Russia has the greatest population?

  • A. Siberia

  • B. European Russia


307. B. European Russia


308. Which condition keeps Russia’s natural resources from being used?

  • A. Harsh Climate

  • B. Lack of Workers


  • 308. A. Harsh Climate


309. Which statement BEST describes the way the Volga River helps manufacturing?

  • A. It provides food and water for the workers

  • B. Workers’ families ice skate and swim here

  • C. It is used to clean machinery

  • D. It is used for hydroelectric power and transportation of goods.


D. It is used for hydroelectric power and transportation of goods.


The Volga River

A source of hydroelectric power for Russia


310.With its long northern coastline, what makes shipping in Russia so difficult?

A. The Volga River is used only for hydroelectric power, not for shipping.

B. The northern ports are blocked by ice much of the year.


310. B. The northern ports are blocked by ice much of the year.


Comparing the UK and Russia

311. Which natural resource is found in both Russia and the UK?

A. coal

B. gold

C. forests

D. hydroelectric power


311. Which natural resource is found in both Russia and the UK?

  • A. Coal


312. Which statement BEST describes the natural resources of the UK and Russia

  • A. The UK and Russia both have gold, a valuable natural resource.

  • B. The UK’s coal resources are used as fuel for manufacturing, but Russia’s is not.

  • C. The UK and Russia both have large amounts of land and climates are suitable for farming.

  • D. The UK’s fossil fuel resources are being used up, but much of Russia’s are unused due to Russia’s climate and geography.


  • 312. D

  • The UK’s fossil fuel resources are being used up, but much of Russia’s are unused due to Russia’s climate and geography.


313. How do the ports of the UK and Russia differ?

  • A. The ports of the UK are open year round, and Russia’s are not.

  • B. Russia has no port cities, while the UK is an island with many.

  • C. There is no difference in the year-round use of ports in the UK and Russia


313. How do the ports of the UK and Russia differ?

  • A. The ports of the UK are open year round, and Russia’s are not.


  • 314. In what way are London and St. Petersburg alike?

  • A. Both are centers for trade.

  • B. Both are the capitals of their countries.


314. In what way are London and St. Petersburg alike?

  • A. Both are centers for trade.


Germany

  • 315. Which describes the climate of most of Germany?

  • A. Cool winters, mild summers, good precipitation for crops

  • B. Extremely cold temperatures and not much rain.


A. Cool winters, mild summers, good precipitation for crops


  • 316. Which is a natural resource of Germany?

  • Coal

  • The Ural Mountains

  • Diamonds

  • Rain Forest


316. Which is a natural resource of Germany?

A. Coal


  • 317. Which has about the same land area as Germany?

  • A. Mississippi, Canada, and Russia

  • B. Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia

  • C. Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina


  • 317. Which has about the same land area as Germany?

  • C. Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina


Italy

  • 318. What geographic feature makes it difficult for Italian merchants to trade with countries north of Italy?

  • A. Ural Mountains

  • B. Scandinavian Peninsula

  • C. The Alps Mountains

  • D. Pyrenees Mountains


C. The Alps Mountains


  • 319. What has helped Italian merchants become successful traders?

  • A. Mediterranean Sea

  • B. Atlantic Ocean

  • C. English Channel

  • D. Rhine River


A. Mediterranean Sea


  • 320. Which condition is NOT a characteristic of Italy’sMediterranean climate?

  • A. dry summers

  • B. clear, blue summer skies

  • C. Long, cold winters

  • D. mild temperatures all year


C. Long, Cold Winters


  • 321. Which industry is MOST helped by Italy’s arable land and good rainfall?

  • A. Wine Making

  • B. natural gas production

  • C. marble and granite mining

  • D. fishing fleets on the Mediterranean Sea


A. Wine Making in Italy


  • 322. Which trading partner is shared by both Italy and Germany?

  • A. Russia B. United States 

  • C. Italy D. Siberia


  • Answer: Russia


  • 323. A similarity between Italy and Germany is that, in both countries, people tend to live in  

  • A. rural areas B. urban areas

  • C. southern regions D. farming


B. Urban Areas


  • 324. A difference between Italy and Germany is that Germany -------- 

  • A. has less arable land than Italy

  • B. is more densely populated than Italy

  • C. has a much smaller population than Italy

  • D. does not allow people to live near the Rhine River


  • B. is more densely populated than Italy


  • 325. In which industries do Italy and Germany compete with each other for trade with other countries?

    A. chemicals, machinery, food

    B. potash, clothing, instruments


  • A. chemicals, machinery, food


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