Finno-Ugric languages: Quiz

Question 1:
Which out of the following is a child of Finno-Ugric languages?

Question 2:
What region does Finno-Ugric languages belong to?
Eastern Europe
Eastern South Asia
Eastern and Central Europe
Eastern and Northern Europe, North Asia

Question 3:
What family does Finno-Ugric languages belong to?

Question 4: Finnish - including Meänkieli (also known as Tornedalen or Tornedalian Finnish), Kven and ________
KareliansIngrian FinnsFinlandKarelian Isthmus

Question 5: Three (Hungarians, Finns, and Estonians) inhabit independent nation-states, Hungary, Finland, and ________, while the Mordvins have an autonomous Mordovian Republic within Russia.

Question 6: Some other Finno-Ugric peoples have autonomous republics in Russia: ________ (Republic of Karelia), Komi (Komi Republic), Udmurts (Udmurt Republic), Mari (Mari El Republic), and Mordvins (Moksha and Erzya; Republic of Mordovia).
FinlandIngrian FinnsKareliansFinns

Question 7: Sammallahti, Pekka, Matti Morottaja: Säämi - suoma - säämi škovlasänikirje (Inari Sami - Finnish - ________ School Dictionary).
Inari SamiSkolt SamiLule SamiNorthern Sami

Question 8: The four largest ethnicities speaking Finno-Ugric languages are the Hungarians (15 million), Finns (6–7 million), ________ (1.1 million), and Mordvins (0.85 million).
Baltic statesSwedenEstoniansLatvia

Question 9: Examples: Estonian mu koer 'my dog' , colloquial Finnish mun koira, ________ mu beana 'my dog' (literally 'dog of me') or beatnagan 'my dog' (literally 'dog-my').
Lule SamiNorthern SamiSkolt SamiInari Sami

Question 10: The Finno-Ugrics:The dying fish swims in water ________, December 20, 2005
The EconomistPrivate EyeThe Big IssueProspect (magazine)

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