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Franco-Provençal language: Quiz


Question 1: France, Switzerland, the Franche-Comté (protected by ________), and the duchy — later kingdom — ruled by the House of Savoy politically divided the region.
Spanish EmpireHabsburg SpainCharles V, Holy Roman EmperorEnlightenment Spain

Question 2: This is a colloquial term, used because their ancestors were subjects of the Kingdom of Sardinia ruled by the ________.
House of HabsburgHouse of SavoyHouse of BourbonHohenzollern-Sigmaringen

Question 3: (Savoie and ________ were annexed by France in 1860.) The language is called gaga in the Forez region of France, and appears in the titles of dictionaries and other regional publications.

Question 4: ________: Amaz, Bionaz, Champdepraz, Charvaz, Cherolinaz, Donnaz, Eleyaz, Runaz, Lillaz, Lyveroulaz, Proussaz, Vereytaz, Dzovennoz, Echevennoz, Morgex, Planpincieux.
SicilyAosta ValleyPiedmontVeneto

Question 5: Possessive pronouns and ________ agree in person, number, gender, and case.
Adverbial genitivePossessive adjectiveStative verbInterrogative word

Question 6: The linguistic atlas demonstrates the transition from Franco-Provençal ________ in the north to Occitan phonology in the south.
English phonologyInternational Phonetic AlphabetIrish phonologyPhonology

Question 7:
Who of the following spoke at the Franco-Provenal language?

Question 8: Currently, its use in ________ daily life is rapidly disappearing.
Intensive farmingOrganic farmingSustainable agricultureAgriculture

Question 9:
What family does Franco-Provenal language belong to?
37 of 40

Question 10: two enclaves in the Province of Foggia, Apulia (Puglia) region in the southern ________: the villages of Faeto and Celle di San Vito.
AlpsApennine MountainsGeographyLigurian Alps


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