#EngQuiz: Jakarta Anniversary

Hello, fellas! Today’s #EngQuiz will be all about Jakarta. So, how well do you know about Jakarta?

  1. Jakarta (evolved/involved) in three stages. The old city, the new city, and modern Jakarta.
  2. Most of Jakarta’s monuments were (impaired/initiated) during the first half of the 1960s.
  3. The situation in Jakarta in the 1970s (encouraged/endangered) the emergence of a large number of private housing projects.
  4. The natural (nib/estuary) of the Ciliwung river is known as the Kali Besar.
  5. Jakarta is located on the (northwest/northeast) coast of Java, Indonesia.
  6. Jakarta signed sister city (agreement/refusal) with Morocco’s largest city, Casablanca, in 1990.
  7. Jakarta has been (appointed/named) the city with the worst traffic congestion in the world.

So, check out the answers below:

  1. Jakarta evolved in three stages. The old city, the new city, and modern Jakarta.
  2. Most of Jakarta’s monuments were initiated during the first half of the 1960s.
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  3. The situation in Jakarta in the 1970s encouraged the emergence of a large number of private housing projects.
  4. The natural estuary of the Ciliwung river is known as the Kali Besar.
  5. Jakarta is located on the northwest coast of Java, Indonesia.
  6. Jakarta signed sister city agreement with Morocco’s largest city, Casablanca, in 1990.
  7. Jakarta has been named the city with the worst traffic congestion in the world.

That’s it for today’s session of #EngQuiz. Don’t forget to check https://t.co/6LFQdjVgbH for more things about English. See you tomorrow!

 

Compiled for @EnglishTips4U on Wednesday, 22 June, 2016.

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