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How many countries can you name?

lefege

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67. I got a bit screwed over as I knew lot's of countries, but just not their English names. I used wikipedia to find out the Egnlish translation of the Dutch name for certain countries.

Well I'm probably one of the few to know Andorra and Liechtenstein. And I can't believe more people know paraguay than the Netherlands.
The same for me. Although I know Liechtenstein. My biggest problem as "Kazakhstan". I every single second remembered the Portuguese
name, "Casaquistão", so I always typed Cazaqistan, Cazakhistan, Cazaghistan, this sort of stuff. And also "Guyana". I always typed "Guiana".
I remembered all American countries, all European, etc, but the African ones... just Madagascar, South Africa and Egypt.
 

DerMißingno

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2nd attempt...

Yay! 182/195
Holy shit, you're a pro.

And yeah, even though I speak English, I suck at spelling too. There were a bunch I knew that I just didn't know how to spell, such as Liechtenstein, Kyrgyzstan (that fucking "z," and I didn't know where the r's went), and a few others. There were also like a thousand central and south American countries that I missed.
 

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I got 50-something. Funny enough, I completely forgot about the Netherlands.
 

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The same for me. Although I know Liechtenstein. My biggest problem as "Kazakhstan". I every single second remembered the Portuguese
name, "Casaquistão", so I always typed Cazaqistan, Cazakhistan, Cazaghistan, this sort of stuff. And also "Guyana". I always typed "Guiana".
I remembered all American countries, all European, etc, but the African ones... just Madagascar, South Africa and Egypt.
I had it for the countries that are left from Russia, lithuana and those other two. I only lnow that they're named Estland, Letland and Litouwen in Dutch xD Kazakhstan indeed was pretty hard for me too, even though there's only a 1 letter difference in Dutch (Kazachstan).
 

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67. I got a bit screwed over as I knew lot's of countries, but just not their English names. I used wikipedia to find out the Egnlish translation of the Dutch name for certain countries.

Well I'm probably one of the few to know Andorra and Liechtenstein. And I can't believe more people know paraguay than the Netherlands.
I got the Netherlands right after Mexico. Then the slightly less obvious ones like Australia, New Zealand, England...
 
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