Germany: Quiz


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Question 1: Many of the fundamental matters of ________ remain in the jurisdiction of the states, though most states base their own laws in that area on the 1976 Verwaltungsverfahrensgesetz (Administrative Proceedings Act) covering important points of administrative law.
Administrative law judgeAdministrative lawNondelegation doctrineRulemaking

Question 2:
What % of the area of Germany is water?

Question 3: Various German authors and poets have won great renown, including Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and ________.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelDavid HumeFriedrich SchillerImmanuel Kant

Question 4: D-Day marked another major turning point in the war, opening up a Western front; the Allied forces landed on the beaches of ________ and made advances towards German territory.

Question 5: In 1949, after World War II, Germany was divided into two separate states—________ and West Germany—along the lines of Allied occupation.
Communist stateEast GermanySoviet UnionCommunist Romania

Question 6: The ________ is a popular series in Germany.
Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters2005 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters season2009 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters season2007 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters season

Question 7: Optional ________ education is provided for all children between three and six years old, after which school attendance is compulsory for at least nine years.
KindergartenUnited StatesUnited KingdomCanada

Question 8: [72] Germany has Europe's third-largest Jewish population (after ________ and the United Kingdom).
United StatesFranceItalyCanada

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Germany is a founding member of the EEC in 1957, which became the European Union in 1993. It maintains close relations with its neighbours to coordinate EU politics.
  A new currency, the Euro, began circulating on 1 January 2002.[8]
  The Cologne Cathedral at the Rhine river is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  A new currency, the Euro, began circulating on 1 January 2002.[8]

Question 10:
What is the currency of Germany?
1 euro, = 100 cent
Euro, u00B2

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