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Question 1: The Czech Republic is compound from 3 historical lands: ________, Moravia and Czech Silesia;[50] today the country is divided into 14 regions.
BohemiaHoly Roman EmpirePragueHabsburg Monarchy

Question 2: [36] Writer ________ (born in Prague) wrote most of his works in Prague (although in German).
The Castle (novel)The MetamorphosisThe TrialFranz Kafka

Question 3: Following Czech Republic's entry into the ________ in May 2004, Czechs gained the right to work in some other EU countries.
DenmarkEuropean ParliamentEuropean UnionGermany

Question 4: The Czech language is spoken by approximately 12 million people around the world including most of the people in the ________.
SlovakiaCzech RepublicHungaryPoland

Question 5: [12] The ________ Monarchy focused much of its power on religious wars against the Protestants.
House of HabsburgHouse of BonaparteHohenzollern-SigmaringenHouse of Bourbon

Question 6: Poet Jaroslav Seifert was awarded the ________.
Nobel Prize controversiesNobel Prize in LiteratureFrédéric MistralNobel Prize

Question 7:
Which of the following are related to Czechs?
Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Cornet, Bugle,
Other West Slavs, especially Slovaks and Poles
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Question 8: In ________ the Nazi authorities committed a war crime against the local Czech population.
Pavlov (Kladno District)SlanýLidiceLány (Kladno District)

Question 9: [54] It developed from the ________ in the 10th century[54][55] and is mutually intelligible with the Slovak language.
Bulgarian languageMacedonian languageProto-Slavic languageCroatian language

Question 10: Czechs (Czech: Češi, Czech pronunciation: [ˈtʃɛʃɪ], archaic Czech: Čechové [ˈtʃɛxɔvɛː]) are a western Slavic people of ________, living predominantly in the Czech Republic.
Central EuropeSchengen AreaEuropean Economic AreaEuropean integration

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