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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126346: Vocabulary: our planet
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    Vocabulary: our planet

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    1. We consider our planet Earth as a slightly ( )   [fl...] sphere at the poles.

    2. It makes a complete ( )   [r...] in twenty four hours...

    3. around an ( )   [a...] the ends of which are the North pole and the South pole.

    4. It turns on itself counter ( )   [cl...] while describing an elliptical orbit around the sun.

    5. The four ( )   [c...] points of the compass are north, east, south, west.

    6. The Earth is divided into circles passing through the poles : the ( )   [me...] of longitude.

    7. The prime meridian passes through ( )   [Gr...] in England.

    8. The imaginary great circle perpendicular to the line of poles and equidistant from them is called the ( )   [E...]. It's latitude 0°.

    9. The parallel circles from Equateur are called ( )   [pa...] of latitude.

    10. The Equator divides our planet into two ( )   [he...] : Northern hemisphere and Southern hemisphere.

    11. Latitude and longitude are the ( )   [co...] used to identify any point on the surface of the Earth.

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