Let's go to Canada

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  • CANADA

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  • The 1st game

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  • GeneralInformation100200300400500GeographicalPosition100200300400500PoliticalSystem100200300400500

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    What is the capital of Canada?TorontoOttawaOntarioQubec

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    What are the official languages in Canada?Britain English and American EnglishEnglish and FrenchEnglish and CanadianEnglish and Spanish

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    Canada consist of 3 territories. Hom many provinces does it consist of?a) 10b) 11c) 12d) 13

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    The name Canada originates from word kanata. What does it mean?TownVillageProvinceConfideration

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    What holiday is celebrated on the 1th of July?discoveryof Canadaby Europeans The independenceof Canada fromthe U.S.the creation of CanadianConfederationCanada'sindependencefrom Britain

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    What is the largest Canadian city?OttawaTorontoVancouverSt. John's

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    How many oceans wash Canada?a) 1 b) 2c) 3 d) 4

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    What is the largest peak in Canada?Mushroom PeakSaint Nickolas PeakMount LoganPhilippe Peak

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    What is the area of Canada?9,98 million square kilometers10,98 million square kilometersc) 11,98 million square kilometersd) 12,98 million square kilometers

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    What is the most populated area in Canada?TorontoOntarioSaskatchewanQuebec

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  • Political System100

    The Canada is a republic absolute monarchyc) constitutional monarchy d) anarchy

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    Who is the head of Canada?Queen Elizabeth 2ndDavid Lloyd JohnsonJacques CartierHumphrey Gilbert

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    Who is the Queens representative in Canada?Prime MinisterGovernor General of CanadaSenatorChief Ambassador

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    Who is Governor General of Canada?David Lloyd JohnsonJacques CartierHumphrey GilbertStephen Harper

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    What is the leading party in Canada?a)The Liberal Partyb) The Conservative Partyc) Quebecunitd) NewDemocratic Partye) Green Party

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  • The 2nd game

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  • Places12345678910

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  • Habitant 67The device to Root the EvilCanadian Museum of civizationCasa Loma

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  • Ontario FallsPure Water FallsLarge HouseshoeWhite Devil

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  • QuebecCasa LomaBeechwood CementeryBasilique Notre-Dam de Montreal

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  • Casa LomaBeechwood CementeryBasilique Notre-Dam de MontrealOld Lunenburg

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  • Habitant 67The device to Root the EvilCanadian Museum of civilizationRoyal Ontario Museum

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  • Independence BridgeToronto Main RoadConfederation BridgeBeachwood Road

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  • Joggings Fossil CliffsRiver OntarioNational Park BanfNational Park Toronto

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  • Habitant 67The device to Root the EvilCanadian Museum of civizationCasa Loma

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  • OntarioLunenburgTorontoCasa Loma

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  • River ColumbiaRideau CanalRiver NelsonRiver Colorado

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  • Keanu ReevesJim CareyJustin BieberNeil Young

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  • Keanu ReevesJim CareyJustin BieberNeil Young

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  • GarouJames CameronDavid Lloyd JohnsonNeil Young

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  • GarouJames CameronDavid Lloyd JohnsonNeil Young

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  • GarouJustin BieberDavid Lloyd JohnsonNeil Young

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  • Paul McCartneyJames CameronDavid Lloyd JohnsonNeil Young

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  • Tony BlareJames CameronDavid Lloyd JohnsonNeil Young

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  • Mylene FarmerBarbara Ann ScottAvril LavigneSophie Marceau

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  • Tony BlareKenneth Iverson David Lloyd JohnsonNeil Young

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  • Mylene FarmerBarbara Ann ScottAvril LavigneJustin Bieber

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  • Thanks for being with us today

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