Asian Countries vocabulary

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china
china
india
india
thailand
thailand
pakistan
pakistan
bangladesh
bangladesh
japan
japan
philippines
philippines
vietnam
vietnam
iran
iran
myanmar
myanmar
south korea
south korea
afghanistan
afghanistan
uzbekistan
uzbekistan
malaysia
malaysia
nepal
nepal
north korea
north korea
taiwan
taiwan
sri lanka
sri lanka
kazakhstan
kazakhstan
cambodia
cambodia
azerbaijan
azerbaijan
kyrgyzstan
kyrgyzstan
laos
laos
singapore
singapore
turkmenistan
turkmenistan
mongolia
mongolia
armenia
armenia

Asian Countries exercise (Multiple choice)

1.
armenia

2.
mongolia

3.
myanmar

4.
singapore

5.
uzbekistan

Asian Countries exercise

1.
turkmenistan

2.
cambodia

3.
laos

4.
taiwan

5.
pakistan

6.
thailand

7.
vietnam

8.
armenia

9.
nepal

10.
kyrgyzstan

11.
iran

12.
malaysia

Information or Use Cases (Usage examples)

The idea of a place called "Asia" was originally a concept of Greek civilization, though this might not correspond to the entire continent currently known by that name. The English word comes from Latin literature, where it has the same form, "Asia". Whether "Asia" in other languages comes from Latin of the Roman Empire is much less certain, and the ultimate source of the Latin word is uncertain, though several theories have been published. One of the first classical writers to use Asia as a name of the whole continent was Pliny.

This metonymical change in meaning is common and can be observed in some other geographical names, such as Scandinavia (from Scania).

Latin Asia and Greek Ἀσία appear to be the same word. Roman authors translated Ἀσία as Asia. The Romans named a province Asia, located in western Anatolia (in modern-day Turkey).

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