The audio-glossary is a bit like a dictionary, but you can also listen to the word and its definition, to help you improve your pronunciation.
How do we choose where to live? This quiz tests your knowledge of how the physical environment influences the location of human settlements.
How much do you know about the World’s states and their characteristics? Do the quiz to test your knowledge.
This is a reading comprehension about a meeting of the G8 group of countries. The meeting was held during the Syrian civil war, so one of the important topics for discussion was how to stop the violence in Syria.
This quiz is all about the economy. What do you know about goods and services, supply and demand, producers and consumers? Do you know which activities belong in the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors?
Do you know the difference between commercial farming and subsistence farming? What is an input, and what is a yield? Do this quiz to see how much you know about agriculture.
We extract lots of very important raw materials from mines, but mining can also harm the natural environment. Do this quiz to see how much you know about mines, mining towns and the impacts of mining on the environment.
What’s the difference between mass production and automation? Why was the Industrial Revolution important? What are delocalisation and repatriation? See how much you know about manufacturing with this quiz.
Have you heard of Walmart? It’s the biggest retailer in the world. In this quiz, you will learn how it tries to maximise its profit. One of the ways it does that is by saving energy, which is also good for the environment. This quiz will test how much you know about retail and distribution, as well as the economy in general.
Do you know the difference between population density and population structure? What about the difference between the total fertility rate and the birth rate? Do this quiz to see how much you know about population and migration.
Find out more about population growth in China. This quiz includes a listening exercise, and questions that involve analysing graphs.
What is development, and how do we measure it? Which factors help countries to develop, and which ones stop them from developing? How can we help countries to develop more quickly? This quiz will test whether you know your HDI from your GDP!