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Question 1: Some settlers left for ________ in search for fertile land.
Ural MountainsRussiaSiberiaNorth Asia

Question 2:
What region does Dutch people belong to?
Europe and North America
Brisbane East
various others
London

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  A simplified scheme of the linguistic relation between English, Dutch and German.
  Mauritsstad(Recife) - Capital of the Nieuw Holland in Brazil
  Traditional religion within the Netherlands and Flanders:      Roman Catholicism      Protestantism (Calvinist)      No traditional religion

Question 4: This, together with the growing number of Dutch intelligentsia and the ________ in which Dutch culture, as a whole, would get unprecedented international prestige, consolidated the Dutch as an ethnic group.
AmsterdamEighty Years' WarDutch Golden AgeDutch Revolt

Question 5: It is a ________ spoken by around 22 million people.
North Germanic languagesWest Germanic languagesGermanic languagesOld Norse

Question 6: Today the Boers and Cape Dutch are known collectively as the ________, while the descendants of Cape Dutch and local black women are known as the Basters.
Anglo-AfricanSouth AfricaSouth Africa under apartheidAfrikaner

Question 7:
What is the population of Dutch people?
7313
13186600
715
65742

Question 8: At its peak around the 720s it stretched from Western Flanders to southern ________.
DenmarkLuxembourgSpainLithuania

Question 9: Generally, it can be said the Northern Dutch are more ________, favor a direct approach and display a less exuberant lifestyle when compared to Southerners.
EmpiricismAristotlePragmatismDeterminism

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Mauritsstad(Recife) - Capital of the Nieuw Holland in Brazil
  Southern Dutch cultural area.[80]
  Mauritsstad(Recife) - Capital of the Nieuw Holland in Brazil
  A simplified scheme of the linguistic relation between English, Dutch and German.
















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