Geography of China
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  • Question 1
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    The fourth largest country in the world is?

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    China

    United States

    Russia

    Canada

  • Question 2
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    Geographically speaking, there are two main areas of China, which are...

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    Upper China + Lower China

    Inner China + Outer China

    Northern China + Southern China

    Western China + Eastern China

  • Question 3
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    Most of ancient Chinese history only involves this geographical area...

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    Outer China

    Lower China

    Upper China

    Inner China

  • Question 4
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    The Tibet-Qinghai Plateau is the world's largest plateau.

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    True

    False

  • Question 5
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    What river(s) begin in the Tibet-Qinghai Plateau?

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    Indus

    Huang He

    Euphrates

    Chang Jiang

  • Question 6
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    Inner China is known for its vast deserts, including the Taklimakan and the Gobi.

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    True

    False

  • Question 7
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    Which Chinese desert's name means, “once you go in, you will not come out.”

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    Sahara Desert

    Gobi Desert

    Taklimakan Desert

    Thar Desert

  • Question 8
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    Which region of China is known as the “Land of the Yellow Earth" ?

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    Tibetan-Qinghai Plateau

    Chang Jiang Basins

    Northeastern Plains

    North China Plain

  • Question 9
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    The Chang Jiang Basins are wet coastal plains that provide fertile soil and ideal climate for...

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    wheat

    rice

    coffee

    quinoa

  • Question 10
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    Which of the following were reasons most early people settled on the North China Plain?

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    access to rivers like the Huang He that provided rich silt and fertile soil.

    a flat plain that was covered in grass and other vegetation.

    huge mountains that that surrounded it from the north.

    a moderate climate that was ideal for living conditions for settlement.

  • Question 11
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    China was isolated (separated) from other civilizations because of its geography. What physical features blocked access into China?

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    Tibetan-Qinghai Plateau

    Gobi Desert

    Chang Jiang Basins

    Taklimakan Desert

  • Question 12
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    Because of geography, several ways of life developed in China. Which of the following are examples of geography shaped Chinese life?

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    people in the Tibetan-Qinghai Plateau became herders

    people in the Northwestern deserts build mud homes next to oases

    people in the Northeastern Plains were nomadic herders who followed their animals.

    people in the Chang Jiang Basins grew rice since farmland was limited

  • Question 13
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    The geography of Inner China was more attractive than Outer China because...

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    it was covered in deserts which made it difficult for people to invade

    it was surrounded by mountains that provided a cold climate

    it was a land of river valleys and plains that provided fertile soil and access to water.

    it had a warm climate with wet lands that were ideal for growing rice

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