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Question 1:
What region does German language belong to?
Jamaican diaspora:
German-speaking Europe, German diaspora worldwide
Further diaspora due to Slavery
Mota island, other local diaspora communities

Question 2: Indeed, several ________ clauses may occur between the prefix of a finite verb and its complement; e.g.
CitationParenthetical referencingThe MLA Style ManualStyle guide

Question 3:
What family does German language belong to?

Question 4: In the ________ in the state of Iowa, Amana German is spoken.
Contributing propertyInspirationalistsNational Historic LandmarkAmana Colonies

Question 5:
Who of the following spoke at the German language?
ca. 1400
1,5-2 million native and at least 200,000 second language speakers.
Non-native speakers: ca. 80 million
ca. 1,500,000

Question 6: In Mexico there are also large populations of German ancestry, mainly in the cities of: Mexico City, Puebla, Mazatlán, Tapachula, and larger populations scattered in the states of Chihuahua, ________, and Zacatecas.
CoahuilaDurangoTamaulipasChiapas

Question 7: Middle Low German was the lingua franca of the ________.
HamburgHanseatic LeagueGdańskSzczecin

Question 8: the ________), meaning and orthography.
Proto-GermanicOld High GermanHigh German consonant shiftMiddle High German

Question 9: Short /ɛ/ is realised as [ɛ] in stressed syllables (including ________), but as [ǝ] in unstressed syllables.
Tone (linguistics)IsochronyDownstep (phonetics)Secondary stress

Question 10: There are two common ________: one is for main clauses and another for subordinate clauses.
Agglutinative languageSubject Verb ObjectWord orderSubject Object Verb
















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