1) How tall does a hill have to be to be called a mountain? a) 200m b) 300m c) 600m d) 1000m e) 3000m f) 6000m 2) What is a group of mountains called? a) Summit b) Montague c) Range d) Argos e) Erosion f) Altitude 3) A mountain that is on its own (not part of a range) is an isolated... a) something b) somewhat c) somewhere d) summit e) sonnet f) swamp pit 4) The snow on top of a mountain... a) Melts and reforms each day b) Reflects the heat of the sun c) Isn't actually snow d) Turns to rock over time 5) A huge mass of moving snow tumbling down is called... a) An avalanche b) An earthquake c) An eruption d) A frostbite e) Altitude f) Erosion 6) It can be hard to breathe when you get toward the top of a mountain. Why?  a) Mountain goats have taken all the breathable air b) The air is thinner so there is less oxygen c) Because of the mountain gas d) Because not many people go there 7) Which two of these are dangers you may face when climbing a mountain? a) Hypothermia b) Jack Frost c) Yeti attack d) Frostbite e) Electric shock f) Tourism 8) Which is the tallest mountain range on earth? a) The Andes b) The Rockies c) The Himalayas d) The South Downs e) El Capitan f) The Alps 9) In map reading, what is a legend?  a) A traditional story  b) An extremely famous person c) The end of a leg d) An inscription e) Wording explaining the symbols used. f) Where erosion begins 10) Which of these is NOT a mountain range a) Ural b) Tian Shan c) Rwenzori d) Appalachian e) Shakira f) Pyrenees 11) How tall is Mauna Kea? a) 100m b) 1,000m c) 10,000m d) 100,000m e) 1,000,000m 12) Which of these is an important tool for geographers? a) Dictionary b) Atlas c) Thesaurus d) Hat e) Whip f) Snake 13) Which of these are mountain ranges in Europe? a) Pyrenees b) Carpathians c) Apennines d) Urals e) Balkan f) Phelps




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