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    Try it out with this WikiLearnRepeat on Switzerland (created by Last name5.2K). This Question Collection features 20 total Questions, and you will be quizzed on 10 Questions at random from the Collection. Multiple choice answer possibilities have also been shuffled to make the quiz more challenging. Good luck!

    This WikiLearnRepeat is based upon the Wikipedia article "Switzerland".

Collection PropertyDetails
Collection titleSwitzerland
Authored byLast name5.2K
Typeshared [Shared] WikiLearnRepeat
CategorySocial Sciences / Geography
Knowledge levelAll Levels
Total number of Questions20
PrerequisitesBased on the Wikipedia article: Switzerland
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