I'm from North America.
I'm from North America.
Although i hate how there is so many fat people there o__o"
@dannyjenn since when has anyone been taught that Australia is a Continent?
I've heard of people thinking Africa was a country instead of a continent, but never heard people thinking Australia was a continent instead of country. But then again there is a lot of debate and on the issue of continents.
I'm from Europe by the way, and there's no real definition of where Europe ends, some say it's Istanbul, some say its the Ural mountains, others say it's anything past Moscow, some even include Kazakstan, and Azerbaijan in Europe. Heck Israel is in EUROvision and the UEFA EURO Cup so clearly there's no set definition of what a continent is and isn't. So @dannyjenn your view is just as equal if you want to think of Australia as a continent on its own, I guess that's fine. :)
North America, in Minnesota. :-)
Anyway, I learned it long ago in elementary school. So like I said, maybe it's an outdated term. Wikipedia seems to agree that there is a continent of Australia though - Australia (continent) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia And according to Wikipedia, New Zealand isn't part of it. Also, according to Wikipedia, Oceania isn't a continent, but a region (consisting of a huge area containing this "Australia" continent and New Zealand and other islands). So I'm guessing "Australia" (the continent) is either an outdated term or a term only used in the United States (and judging by some other people from the United States calling it "Oceania", maybe its only used in certain states... I'm from Delaware, if someone else on here grew up in Delaware then perhaps that could clear things up a little).
I always saw Oceania as a region grouping Australia, New Zealand and usually Papua New Guinea together with the various little countries in the South Pacific due to geographical proximity and cultural similarities (in terms of the native people of these areas, e.g. Aborigines and Maori for AU/NZ), but not a continent because none of those countries share a landmass.
Far East Asia
North America. I think people know that by now though. =w=;
North America. New Jersey to be exact.
North America. Specifically , I'm in Missouri.
North America, duh! Just look at my location.
I'm from the Spiral Galaxy, only about 67 lightyears away from your own Milky Way galaxy on a planet named Adremus.
I live on a continent named Guggleflarg and speak what is referred in your tongue as American.