This is What Happens When Americans are Asked to Label Europe and Brits are Asked to Label the US
At the end of last year, the BuzzFeed team asked students and co-workers to label a map. Those in the UK were asked to label a map of the United States, while those in the US were tasked to label a map of Europe.
Yes there is a difference between labelling states of one particular country versus labelling countries in a continent. Sure some people were probably goofing around and not taking the request too seriously. And while many of the attempts will make you chuckle, some of the maps are quite commendable! Before you snicker too hard, maybe quiz yourself and see how you fare?
If you’d like to test yourself, I’ve included blank maps at the bottom of the post. Or you can just click the links below:
Click here for a blank map of the United States
Click here for a blank map of Europe
To see all submissions, see the original BuzzFeed posts HERE and HERE
Brits Were Asked to
Label a Map of the United States
Americans Were Asked to
Label a Map of Europe
Think You Can Do Better?