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7 th Grade World Studies
What desert covers most of northern Africa? A. Sahel B. Sahara C. Savanna D. Kalahari
What is Africas transition zone between desert and rainforest? A. Sahel B. Sahara C. Savanna D. Kalahari
What African landform has rolling grassland and scattered trees? A. Sahel B. Kalahari C. Isthmus D. Savanna
Located in Africa, what is the longest lake in the world? A. Lake Tanganyika B. Lake Okeechobee C. Lake Mead D. Lake Victoria
What desert is located in southern Africa? A. Kalahari B. Sahel C. Sahara D. Gobi
Located in Africa, what is the worlds longest river? A. Niger B. Rhine C. Congo D. Nile
What mountain range is located in northern Africa? A. Atlas B. Himalayan C. Andes D. Pyrenees
What is the largest lake in Africa? A. Lake Victoria B. Lake Tanganyika C. Lake Orange D. Lake Mead
What African river near the equator is located in the tropical rainforest? A. Nile B. Niger C. Congo D. Mekong
Which river is the principal river in western Africa? A. Nile B. Niger C. Congo D. Mekong
What is the result of deforestation? A. Rain washes soil away B. Nutrients in soil wash away C. Sun continually bakes exposed soil D. All of the above
What is desertification? A. Spread of desert area B. Decrease in desert area C. African farming practice D. Way of getting used to desert heat
What is the cause of desertification? A. Slash and burn agriculture B. Too much sunlight C. Toxins in irrigation water D. Growing wrong types of crops
Most of Africas population: A. Lives in mud huts B. Lives near a river, lake, or coastline C. Spends their summers elsewhere D. Lives in crowded cities
The two main religious groups in Africa are: A. Catholic and Methodist B. Hindu and Buddhist C. Muslim and Hindu D. Muslim and Christian
An example of an ethnic group is: A. Arab B. Ashanti C. Muslim D. Both A and B
Most African languages can be traced to: A. Bantu ethnic group B. Muslim ethnic group C. Swahili ethnic group D. Kente ethnic group
A high literacy rate generally leads to: A. High crime rate B. High standard of living C. High agricultural production D. Both A and B
The literacy rate in Africa is: A. High B. Low C. Higher for men than women D. Both B and C
This type of government is a loose alliance. A. Confederation B. Federal C. Unitary D. Parliamentary
The leader holds power in this government. A. Democracy B. Republic C. Oligarchy D. Autocracy
Control rests with a small group in this government. A. Oligarchy B. Autocracy C. Democracy D. Republic
The legislature holds the power in this system. A. Parliamentary B. Federal C. Presidential D. Both A and C
Kenyas government is a: A. Monarchy B. Republic C. Dictatorship D. Autocracy
Which country has a dictator? A. Sudan B. South Africa C. Kenya D. Egypt
An example of entrepreneurship is: A. Working at a factory B. Teaching at a school C. Starting a computer repair business D. Both A and B
Who gets better access to school in Africa? A. Girls B. Boys C. Children under the age of 10 D. There are no schools in Africa
What has led to famine in Africa? A. Repeated drought B. AIDS deaths have reduced workforce C. Infertile soil and erosion D. All of the above
This economic system is based on supply and demand. A. Market B. Command C. Traditional D. Communist
What country has the strongest economy in Africa? A. Nigeria B. Botswana C. South Africa D. Namibia
This trade barrier is a tax placed on imported goods. A. Tariff B. Quota C. Embargo D. Boycott
An example of a capital investment is: A. Buying a hamburger B. Building a factory C. Cutting down trees D. Hiring a store manager
The European division of Africa caused: A. Tribal conflicts B. Civil war C. Desire for independence D. All of the above
A strong belief in ones country is: A. Democracy B. Nationalism C. Protectionism D. Isolationism
In 1963, Kenya achieved independence from: A. Great Britain B. France C. Spain D. Denmark
More than 250 ethnic groups make up this country. A. Kenya B. Nigeria C. South Africa D. Rwanda
Apartheid separated blacks and whites in: A. Kenya B. Nigeria C. South Africa D. Sudan
Who was arrested and imprisoned for resisting apartheid? A. Nelson Mandela B. F.W. de Klerk C. Martin Luther King, Jr. D. Winnie Mandela
The goal of the Pan-African movement was to: A. Abolish the slave trade in Africa B. Elect democratic leaders in Africa C. Unite Africans to solve Africas problems D. Create more jobs in Africa
This country has lots of oil, but its people are very poor. A. Kenya B. South Africa C. Mali D. Nigeria
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21. D 22. A 23. A 24. B 25. A 26. C 27. B 28. D 29. A 30. C 31. A 32. B 33. D 34. B 35. A 36. B 37. C 38. A 39. C 40. D
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