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Quiz: All About Dominica #3



How much do you know about Dominica? Test your knowledge of Dominica's history, culture, and geography with these trivia questions

Prince Rupert Bay is located in _________________.
Geneva Estate was named after the owner's home in which country?
True or False? The Kwéyòl language has its roots in French and West African languages.
True or False? Dominica is the most mountainous island in the Caribbean
Dominica was one of the ___________ islands to be fully colonized.
In what year did Dominica obtain Associated Statehood from Britain?
Which island is not part of the Windward Islands?
This system was designed to help with the transition from slavery to freedom by making the ex-slaves remain on the plantations for six years.
True or False? Roseau Reed or “wozo” are tall grasses also known a wild cane (True or false)
Morne Trois Pitons National Park was designated as a National Park under the National Parks and Protected Areas Act No.16 of July 1975.



Quiz: All About Dominica #2

Pagua River in DominicaHow much do you know about Dominica? Find out with this quiz.

Quiz: All about Dominica #2

1) In what year did Dominica attained independence from Britain?
2) True or False? Dominica was a member of The West Indies Federation in 1957-1962
3) The premier in power when Dominica attained Independence from Britain was _______________
4) Which island in the Windward Islands is the largest?
5) True or False? The Yellow River is a tributary of the Castle Bruce River.
6) The following two islands speak French Kwéyòl ______________.
7) Hurricanes David and Frederick stroke Dominica in ______________.
8) Christopher Columbus first sighted the island of Dominica on _________voyage to the New World.
9) True or False? Bon swè in Kwéyòl means good night
10) The book Wide Sargasso Sea was written by _____________.



Quiz: All about Dominica #1

Instead of white sandy beaches, Dominica offers rugged mountains, cascading waterfalls, untouched rain forests, lakes and rivers, and breathtaking views. How much do you know about Dominica?

DA waterfall_photo by Rosette Rabess

Test your knowledge of the island's history, culture, and geography with these trivia questions.

1) Which ocean is closest to Dominica?

2) The original Kalinago name for Dominica was Waitikubuli which means
3) True or False? Morne Trois Pitons National Park is on the list of the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage sites
4) The Treaty of Aix-La-Chapelle between the French and English in 1748 made the island of Dominica
5) True or False? La Belle Croix is located in the village of Grand Bay
6) Which island is called the Nature Island of the Caribbean?
7) True or false? Another name for the Kwéyòl language spoken in Dominica is patois
8) Which of these rivers flow into the Caribbean Sea?
9) The Kokoy language is spoken by people in the communities of
10) Dominica is often confused with which Spanish speaking country?

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