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  1. The capital of Colorado is ___.
    a. Colorado Springs
    b. Denver
    c. Steamboat Springs
    d. Montrose
  2. There are 54 mountain peaks in Colorado over14,000 feet in ___.
    a. height
    b. highest
    c. higher
  3. The mountains, plains and plateaus are the three geographic ___ of Colorado.
    a. cities
    b. altitudes
    c. regions
  4. The average elevation ___ Colorado is 6,800 feet above sea level.
    a. of
    b. at
    c. on
  5. Pikes Peak was the first Colorado ___ to be named on maps.
    a. river
    b. mountain
    c. canyon
  6. Colorado became a state ___1876.
    a. around
    b. at
    c. about
    d. in
  7. The first American to explore Colorado ___ Zebulon Pike.
    a. are
    b. am
    c. was
  8. The Royal Gorge, a famous canyon, was cut ___ the Arkansas River.
    a. through
    b. in
    c. on
    d. by
  9. Colorado is ___ as large as England.
    a. two
    b. second
    c. twice
  10. The highest peak in Colorado is Mt. Elbert ___14,431 feet.
    a. on
    b. to
    c. at
    d. under
  11. Four states that ___ to form an area known as "the four corners" are: Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado.
    a. meet
    b. cross
    c. make
  12. Colorado's professional football team ___ Denver, Broncos.
    a. is a
    b. are a
    c. is the
  13. In June of 1997, Prime Minister Hashimoto ___ a summit of international leaders in Denver.
    a. sponsored
    b. attended
    c. watched
  14. The first Europeans to settle in Colorado ___ the Spanish.
    a. are
    b. was
    c. were
Copyright (C) 1997 by Scott Greene (scott@highway.or.jp)
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