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Question 1: In the ________, the term cottage tends to denote a rurally- (sometimes village-) located property, of traditional build.
WalesEnglandCanadaUnited Kingdom

Question 2: The word is probably a blend of ________ cot, cote "hut" and Old French cot "hut, cottage", from Old Norse kot "hut".
Middle EnglishMiddle High GermanOld EnglishGreat Vowel Shift

Question 3: Irish cottages (Irish: teachín) were historically the homes of farm workers and labourers, but in recent years the term has assumed a romantic connotation especially when referring to cottages with ________ roofs.
ThatchingLondonJapanUnited Kingdom

Question 4: ________ – type of single-storey house
AtlantaUnited StatesTorontoBungalow

Question 5: They are usually situated close to water, and almost all have a ________.
MassageSaunaBathingChristian naturism

Question 6: Originally in the ________, cottages housed agricultural workers and their families.
Early Middle AgesMiddle AgesHigh Middle AgesLate Middle Ages

Question 7: Most cottages are situated in the municipalities of Kuusamo (6,196 cottages on January 1, 2006), ________ (5,194), Ekenäs (Tammisaari - 5,053), Mikkeli (4,649), and Mäntyharju (4,630).

Question 8: Cottages are commonly found in the New Territories region of ________.
United StatesHong KongMacauPhilippines

Question 9: City dwellers flock to these cottages during holidays and summer months to get away from the hustle and bustle of ________.
United StatesHong KongMacauPhilippines

Question 10: In much of Northern Ontario, ________, and Northern New York a summer house near a body of water is known as a camp.
Northeastern United StatesSouthern United StatesNew EnglandMidwestern United States

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