Geography One-Liners for various competitive examinations

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Geography One-Liners for various competitive examinations

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 Maximum questions come from Geography portion in different competitive exams.

Here are some important Geography one-liners for students competing for various exams

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1- Industrial Revolution took place first in Europe.


2- The ocean current of Atlantic ocean is called Gulf stream in America, while in Europe, it is called North Atlantic Drift.


3- Wheat is the main crop of European countries.


4-Winds blow all the year round from the Atlantic Ocean towards Europe. These are called Westerlies.


5-Europe has several snow-covered mountains like the Alps and Pyrenees.


6- Ocean that separates Europe and North America is the Atlantic Ocean.


7- Land masses that are surrounded by the Sea on three sides and connected to the mainland on the fourth side are called Peninsula.


8- In fact, Europe and Asia are one continuous landmass. This landmass is called Eurasia.


9- Island– Landmass that is covered with water on all sides.


10- Bay– Part of the Sea enclosed by land on three sides. In a Bay, the land curves and the mouth of the bay are usually wide as in the Bay of Bengal.


11- Gulf– A gulf is a narrow inlet of the sea and has a narrow mouth.


12- Dykes– The Dutch people have reclaimed small portions of land from the sea by building embankments called Dykes.


13- Dogger Bank– The part of the North Sea near Britain, which contains ample food materials for fishes.


14- Polder– The portion of land reclaimed by Dutch through dykes.


15- Rhine and Po rivers start from the Alps mountains.

Alps mountains
Alps mountains

 

 

 

 

 


16- Mediterranean climate is very good for growing juicy fruits.


17- The countries surrounding the North Sea are Denmark, Norway, Sweden, England, Scotland etc.


18- The countries to the south of Baltic Sea are Poland and Germany.


19- The countries to the north of Baltic Sea are Sweden and Finland.


20- Europe is named after a woman Europa.


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