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Question 1:
Which of the following are related to Austrians?
The Golden Girls
Nurses
Germanic peoples, Czechs, Slovaks, Hungarians, Slovenes and Croatians
Ready Steady Cook

Question 2:
What is the population of Austrians?
226,000-800,000
500,000, to 800,000
~800,000
800000

Question 3: As with neighbouring Germany, there has also been immigration from Turkey and former Yugoslav states such as ________ and Serbia.
SloveniaGreeceCroatiaHungary

Question 4: Initially the new state took the name ________, reflecting the republic being the German part of the old Austria and showing the popular desire to unite with the new German republic.
Habsburg MonarchyAustria–HungaryGerman AustriaAustrian Empire

Question 5: Germanic peoples, Czechs,[7] Slovaks, Hungarians, Slovenes and ________[8]
Croatian languageCroatian wineCroatian national costumeCroats

Question 6: Austrians (German: Österreicher) are a nation[9] and an ethnic group[2] originating from the Republic of Austria and its historical predecessor states who share a common ________ and Austrian descent.
Russian cultureCulture of ItalyCulture of AustriaCulture of France

Question 7: ________ is widely spoken in Austria.
Austro-Bavarian languageUpper GermanGerman languageHigh German languages

Question 8: The English word Austrian is a derivative of the proper name Austria, which comes, via ________, from the Old High German name Ostarrîchi, meaning "Eastern Realm".
Latin literatureMedieval LatinVulgar LatinLate Latin

Question 9: The dialects are considered to belong either to the Central Austro-Bavarian or Southern Austro-Bavarian subgroups, with the latter encompassing the languages of the Tyrol, Carinthia, and Styria and the former including the dialects of ________, Upper Austria, and Lower Austria.
BratislavaBudapestViennaBelgrade

Question 10: The same word is the source for the New High German word Österreich (Ost- "East] and ________ - "Empire" or realm, among other meanings..
Dutch languageReichGermanyGerman language
















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