Actually Central America is continent wise, South America. Its all very confusing isn't it. Take it from me though, I just wrote The Travellers Handbook published by Wexas and available in all good bookshops from the end of November in time for Christmas. What's more confusing in many ways though is how to term the Middle East, well its Asia really, but it doesn't really feel like it does it. And for your convenience: there are seven continents, all begining with 'A' except europe (and obviously after the north/south of the americas). I'm sure you know what they are, so I won't bore you with a list (unless you ask).
There are different "models" - one has 7 continents, one has 6 continents, etc. To claim eg that 7-continent model is the only correct one and the other ones are completely wrong hints one hasn´t studied the subject properly. It is almost equivalent of claiming inches are correct and centimetres are wrong. Please note I am assuming you are aware of this...you are simply describing the 7-continent model (North America, South America, Antarctica, Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe).
Maybe it´s all about different school systems? I still remember we were teached from the beginning there are different models...favoured by different countries, different researchers (scientists, historians, etc) whereas it seems American schools teach there is one correct model - the one WE use - and the rest are wrong? To me that isn´t the right way, but to each of his own.
Now...I am going to obey gerry nassar and get back on topic:
And on topic: To finish first, first you must be finnish. Is that right?!
It is - unless your name is Schumacher