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Question 1:
What family does Goidelic languages belong to?

Question 2:
Which out of the following is a child of Goidelic languages?

Question 3:
Which out of the following is a child of Goidelic languages?

Question 4:
What region does Goidelic languages belong to?

Question 5: By the seventeenth century Gaelic speakers were restricted largely to the Highlands and the ________.
ScotlandHebridesShetlandOrkney

Question 6:
What region does Irish language belong to?
Ireland, Scotland
Mainly in the Punjab area of Pakistan. Also spoken in Afghanistan
Gaeltachtau00ED, but also spoken throughout Ireland
New Ireland, northern Solomon Islands

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Question 8: ________ covers the period from the 13th to the 17th century: a form of it was used as a literary language in Ireland and Scotland consistently until the 17th century and in some cases well into the 18th century.
Irish languageHistory of the Irish languageHistory of the Scots languageHistory of the English language

Question 9: The rest of the Lowlands also spoke forms of Gaelic, the only exceptions being the northern isles of ________ and Shetland.
ScotlandUnited KingdomOrkneyHebrides

Question 10: Some people in the north and west of mainland Scotland and most people in the ________ still speak Scottish Gaelic, but the language has been in decline.
ShetlandOrkneyHebridesNorthern Isles







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