Mexico Quiz

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Mexico Quiz Questions

1) Which country is to the north of Mexico?
a) Canada
b) Nicaragua
c) Venezuela
d) USA

2) When was Football World Cup held in Mexico for the second time?
a) 1982
b) 1986
c) 1990
d) 1994

3) When was Olympics held in Mexico?
a) 1964
b) 1968
c) 1972
d) 1976

4) Which language is used for official purposes in Mexico?
a) English
b) French
c) Portuguese
d) Spanish

5) When did Spain invade Mexico?
a) 1492
b) 1498
c) 1511
d) 1519

6) When did Mexico lose one third of its territory to USA?
a) 1776
b) 1799
c) 1832
d) 1848

7) Which of the following states of USA was not once part of Mexico?
a) California
b) Nevada
c) Texas
d) New York

8) Which association has Canada, USA and Mexico as its members?
a) NAFTA
b) NATO
c) CELAM
d) EU

9) Who declared independence in 1810?
a) Miguel Hidalgo
b) Antonio Lopez
c) Hernanxo Cortez
d) Francisco Franco

10) Which ocean is to the west of Mexico?
a) Atlantic
b) Arctic
c) Indian
d) Pacific

Mexico Quiz Questions with Answers

Miguel Hidalgo

Miguel Hidalgo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) Which country is to the north of Mexico?
d) USA

2) When was Football World Cup held in Mexico for the second time?
b) 1986

3) When was Olympics held in Mexico?
b) 1968

4) Which language is used for official purposes in Mexico?
d) Spanish

5) When did Spain invade Mexico?
d) 1519

6) When did Mexico lose one third of its territory to USA?
d) 1848

7) Which of the following states of USA was not once part of Mexico?
d) New York

8) Which association has Canada, USA and Mexico as its members?
a) NAFTA

9) Who declared independence in 1810?
a) Miguel Hidalgo

10) Which ocean is to the west of Mexico?
d) Pacific

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Updated: July 1, 2016 — 9:58 pm

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  1. Ply try to put culture quiz also.

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