I’ve seen a few of these online so I thought I’d give it a try. You might have to open the image and zoom in.
I absolutely suck at geography. Like really really suck.
Don’t ask me to do South America or Africa.
How did I do?
I know I got four things right. Did I get any more?
Please don’t flame me. I know I suck.
Do I get an F or do I pass?
You missed labeling Texas North (Alberta).
It’s there on the map! Was I close?
I know Alberta is a place in Canada because they mentioned it on Workin’ Moms.
You got Florida, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California.
As for the rest, you did as well as I would on a European map.
Oh wow I had no idea that was actually Arizona. I just figured Arizona is hot so it’s close to Mexico.
Well now I’ve learned where it is.
Virginia and Ohio are further East
It’s ok @anon9798425
Don’t be so hard on yourself.
My geography knowledge of Europe is horrible!
You didn’t do so bad!
It would be fun to see you try Europe!
I would not do well on a USA map of states either and I’m from the USA
The map is too small for my phone
I did practice a lot once on Europe before I got bored with trying to learn geography so I should know a lot of the countries.
That is an old map of Canada. The “Northern Territories” are actually called the Northwest Territories and it was “cut in half” and a new territory called Nunavut was created.
Big fat F on Canada looooooooool
So what you’re saying is the old Northern Territories is on that map and I placed it correctly?
There were 2 territories. The “Yukon Territory” and the “Northwest Territory” but the “Northwest Territory” was divided up and a third territory called “Nunavut” was created.
I guess you could lump all three together and call them the “northern territories” as you have written but that isn’t their official names.
Maybe Northern Territories is in Australia.
Which I should really know because my grandmother is Australian.
Did I place anything in Canada correctly?
Looks like you did better than I would have done. Nice work!
You’ve got Alberta where Ottawa is, I think. (I’m in Ottawa)