1. Sometimes people have to go to a new place in order to get a better job. Which theme does
this situation represent?
A. Region
B. Movement
C. Human-Environment Interacton
2. Absolute Location is described using
A. Latitude and longitude
B. Nearby landmarks
3. Long ago, there were very few roads and people traveled by horse and buggy. Now we have
interstate roads and almost everyone has a car. Which theme does this situation describe?
A. Place
B. Human-Environment Interaction
C. Region
4. When we describe a place by saying "it has a beautiful lake and mountains in the
background," we are describing it by its _____________________.
A. Cultural characteristics
B. Physical characteristics
5. In the midwest, there are very large fields and very large farms. The people who live there
could say they live in a farming ______________.
A. Place
B. Location
C. Region
6. When we tell about a place by describing the kinds of food people eat and the way they
celebrate holidays and family traditions, we are describing
A. Cultural
B. Physical
7. We use trains, planes, and trucks to bring clothes, furniture, cars, and groceries to the stores
we shop in. Which theme does this represent?
A. Human-environment interaction
B. Movement
C. Location
8. When I say that I live close to the church, I am telling you my ________________location.
A. Absolute
B. Relative
9. Some cities have lots of pollution and garbage. Which theme does this represent?
A. Location
B. Human-environment interaction
C. Region
10. When we say we live in the south where most days are sunny and warm, we are describing
our _______________________.
A. Location
B. Place
C. Region