In a world like the one we live in today, geography is one of the most important things if you want to be truly successful on the global scene. Understanding the geographical context helps one easily make decisions when it comes to the way he targets a specific region. Also, people greatly appreciate it when you show them that you take an interest in their places.
Up next, we will show you a couple of the samples prepared. What is the name of the longest river in the world? What is the biggest country in the world by total landmass? What is the name of the highest peak in the world? You should know the answer to these questions. If you don’t, then the ones waiting for you might be too difficult.
Side A: Characterizing and air mass: Side B: Air masses may extend 1600 km or more across
Air masses are usually several km thick
Air masses are characterized by similar moisture content at any given level.
Air masses generally have similar temperatures at any given level.
Side A: Which parameters characterize an air mass that develops over an equatorial ocean? Side B: Humid and warm
Side A: The classification of air mass types is based on which parameter? Side B: Source region
Side A: What is the capital of Saudi Arabia? Side B: Riyadh
Side A: What is the capital of Israel? Side B: Jerusalem
Side A: What is the capital of Iran? Side B: Tehran
Side A: Another word for tax Side B: Tariff
Side A: Tropical hurricanes in the Pacific Ocean Side B: Typhoons
Side A: What date did the US drop the atomic bomb on Hiroshima? Side B: August 6, 1945
Side A: Areas in which countries have some political and economic control, but not directly govern Side B: Sphere of Influence
Side A: Another word that means to "give up" Side B: Abdicate
Side A: What Nationalist leader was against the idea of Communism? Side B: Chiang Kai-Shek