USA! East Coast
USA! East Coast
I am from the old peninsula called Michigan. Lets Go Red WIngs!
I have to say that Australia is not yet a continent, but you might be talkng about Oceania. I can't believe that one of us is from Antartica, must be a penguin, .
I come from old continent Europa, south of France in particular.
"Pays de cocagne"
North Americans the minority, huh? Maybe that's why most of the posts here are completely unreadable and full of grammatical errors. Cheers, Euro's. Say hello to my ancestors.
Lol. I think most europeans speak pretty good english, apart from germans, french and the eastern parts of europe. I think most americans are the ones writing with the worst english, as spoken word has nothing to do with grammar..
Anyway, Europe here.
Brooklyn New York
Oh, and on topic... In case I haven't replied to the topic itself before, Finland here.
k:You killing me lol.
You'd better check your old school book. Australia has never been a continent. But maybe we don't live on the same planet. On Earth the one you forgot is called Oceania. Believe me, Australia is a country, a huge one but some others are that big China, Canada, Russia, and it's still noy considered as continent or we will have almost 20 continents, lol.
"Beat the herb to wake the snake"
Continent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Actually in most history books and on Wikipedia (please cut and paste the above into your address bar) Australia is a continent.
And YES I've heard and read the worst English from U.S. citizens. It's cool these days in the good old U.S. of A. to butcher the language and talk like 3rd graders.
And on a side note, U.S.A. here representing! West Coast! California Love baby!
Australia is a continent.
Oceania (sometimes Oceanica) is a geographical, often geopolitical, region consisting of numerous lands—mostly islands in the Pacific Ocean and vicinity (from Wikipedia). So Oceania is a region consisting of lands and Australia is a continent, continent is a big peace of land. Continent is one of several large landmasses on Earth (from Wikipedia). Australia is a large landmass so it is a continent.
im from france..so..eur0pe
Define continent: A continent is one of several large landmasses on Earth. They are generally identified by convention rather than any strict criteria, but seven areas are commonly reckoned as continents – they are (in descending order of size): Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia ...
From Wikipedia: The Commonwealth of Australia is a country in the southern hemisphere comprising the mainland of the world's smallest continent, the major island of Tasmania, and a number of other islands in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
There you have it one more time. Seriously, look it up, buddy.
Continent of Finland..
Me too for that matter..
But to be exact, the Scandinavian area is a part of an ancient proto-continent called the Scandinavian shield, that used to be one of the first pieces of land that surfaced from the sea, so in a way, u might call this a continent then..
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