• You ever been in Spain?

    38 answers · 18 hours ago
  • Why do poor countries warship light skin people?

    India, coribean island, all of asia. Where did this come from?
    India, coribean island, all of asia. Where did this come from?
    8 answers · 6 hours ago
  • What is the best city?

    Best answer: vancouver
    Best answer: vancouver
    19 answers · 5 days ago
  • In Louisiana (United States state), the population speak French?

    Best answer: It was never a "Canadian" province. It once belonged to France, being settled by Frenchmen from Canada, and a number of Acadian refugees from Canada settled there in the late 18th century after they were expelled by the British. At that time, Louisiana was under Spanish rule. Only about 7% of... show more
    Best answer: It was never a "Canadian" province. It once belonged to France, being settled by Frenchmen from Canada, and a number of Acadian refugees from Canada settled there in the late 18th century after they were expelled by the British. At that time, Louisiana was under Spanish rule.

    Only about 7% of Louisianans speak French, and a lot of them speak French Creole and Cajun, not standard French.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • My friend called me a “chingle” ?

    What the hell is chingle?
    What the hell is chingle?
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is Siberia Eurasia or not, or west Asia ?

    Best answer: It is part of Eurasia in the geographical perspective, or North Asia perhaps, more specifically. Depends a bit on how you define "Siberia". Part of what most people would consider Siberia includes the eastern end of the Asian land mass, which is actually part of North America (the North American plate)... show more
    Best answer: It is part of Eurasia in the geographical perspective, or North Asia perhaps, more specifically. Depends a bit on how you define "Siberia". Part of what most people would consider Siberia includes the eastern end of the Asian land mass, which is actually part of North America (the North American plate) in geological terms. The border between the Eurasian and North American plates is the Verkhoyansk Mountains (continent to continent boundary). Not sure if that answers your question, because the question can be answered in several ways depending on what you truly wish to know.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why is Hawaii so beautiful?!?

    Why isn't the rest of America as tropical
    Why isn't the rest of America as tropical
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • What do you think of the country Romania ?

    Best answer: Rugged stone churches and dazzling monasteries dot a pristine landscape of rocky mountains and rolling hills. Transylvanian towns have stepped out of time, while vibrant Bucharest is all energy. The geography of Romania is a sight to see, with beautiful towering mountains,rolling hills and huge, thick forests.
    Best answer: Rugged stone churches and dazzling monasteries dot a pristine landscape of rocky mountains and rolling hills. Transylvanian towns have stepped out of time, while vibrant Bucharest is all energy. The geography of Romania is a sight to see, with beautiful towering mountains,rolling hills and huge, thick forests.
    29 answers · 1 week ago
  • What state or part of a state is furthest west?

    Best answer: Trick Answer to the trick question: [*] Alaska is the farthest northern state in the U.S. and because of the Aleutian Islands, which stretch across 1,200 miles and over the 180° meridian (aka Date Line) of longitude, it makes Alaska the most eastern and western state. [*] As for the most southern state, that title... show more
    Best answer: Trick Answer to the trick question:
    [*] Alaska is the farthest northern state in the U.S. and because of the Aleutian Islands, which stretch across 1,200 miles and over the 180° meridian (aka Date Line) of longitude, it makes Alaska the most eastern and western state.
    [*] As for the most southern state, that title goes to Hawaii.

    Only considering the United States mainland, the 48 contiguous states, then we have the following results:
    [*] Farthest Northern: Minnesota has the most northern point. Note that most U.S. maps are shown in a non-cylindrical projection (i.e. curved lines of latitude) which usually give the impression that Maine appears farther north than it really is.
    [*] Farthest Southern: Florida
    [*] Farthest Eastern: Maine
    [*] Farthest Western: Washington
    12 answers · 1 week ago
  • City of Angels?

    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • Which ocean is not salt water?

    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • Geography question?

    Best answer: 117/15 = 8 is the nearest whole number.
    Greenwich is 8 hours east of Coeur d'Alene,
    so it's 8 hours later in Greenwich.
    But a time zone map would be more reliable,
    as not all time zones go strictly by the "correct" longitude.
    Best answer: 117/15 = 8 is the nearest whole number.
    Greenwich is 8 hours east of Coeur d'Alene,
    so it's 8 hours later in Greenwich.
    But a time zone map would be more reliable,
    as not all time zones go strictly by the "correct" longitude.
    3 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do you prefer being in the city or the country?

    Personally, I am a huge city person. The country is just too quiet for me...
    Personally, I am a huge city person. The country is just too quiet for me...
    63 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What part of China is PYONGYANG located in?

    Best answer: Pyongyang is the capital of North Korea. While it does have political and economic ties with China, North Korea is a sovereign country.
    Best answer: Pyongyang is the capital of North Korea. While it does have political and economic ties with China, North Korea is a sovereign country.
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • From this state you can drive into SIX other states?

    Best answer: I'll go with Arkansas. You can even get into a part of Missouri (which is north of Arkansas) by going south from the very upper northeasternmost part of Arkansas. I think this is the trick to the question. Can also head south from different parts of Ark and end up in Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi... show more
    Best answer: I'll go with Arkansas. You can even get into a part of Missouri (which is north of Arkansas) by going south from the very upper northeasternmost part of Arkansas. I think this is the trick to the question. Can also head south from different parts of Ark and end up in Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is South America like?

    Best answer: South America is very mountainous, with the Andes being a defining feature on its west coast. It contains the world's largest rainforest, the Amazon, and the world's largest river, the Amazon River, which drains the largest rain basin. The Amazon is so dense and so large that we continue to find tribes... show more
    Best answer: South America is very mountainous, with the Andes being a defining feature on its west coast. It contains the world's largest rainforest, the Amazon, and the world's largest river, the Amazon River, which drains the largest rain basin. The Amazon is so dense and so large that we continue to find tribes which have never had contact with the outside world.

    There are high altitude deserts, such as the Atacama, which goes without rain for hundreds of years. Spanish and Portugese are the primary languages, with Portuguese the national language of Brazil. Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world; smaller than the US, larger than Australia. Most countries are democracies, though some countries, like Venezuela are in reality more like dictatorships.

    The largest exports form South America are coffee, gold, diamonds, sugar, rice tin and cotton. It is the largest supplier of cocaine and marijuana.

    It straddles the equator, is very hot in the north-central and quite cold in the extreme south.

    The general quality of life is low.
    7 answers · 1 week ago