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High German languages: Quiz


Question 1: Central Austro-Bavarian (includes the dialects of Upper Bavaria, Lower Bavaria, Upper Austria, Lower Austria and ________see Viennese language)

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

Question 3:
What family does High German languages belong to?

Question 4: Lower Silesian language (mostly in ________, in Poland)
Lower SilesiaLower Silesian VoivodeshipRecovered TerritoriesSilesian Piasts

Question 5: High German (in the broader sense) is distinguished from other West Germanic varieties in that it took part in the ________ (c.
Middle High GermanProto-GermanicOld High GermanHigh German consonant shift

Question 6: High Alemannic (including many ________ dialects)
Swiss GermanSwedish languageGerman languageDutch language

Question 7: It refers to the upland and ________ areas of central and southern Germany, it also includes Luxembourg, Austria, Liechtenstein and most of Switzerland.
MountainLandformLeveeMountain range

Question 8:
  • ________ (spoken in Upper Palatinate)
    English languageMiddle High GermanNorthern Austro-BavarianGerman language

Question 9: Austro-Bavarian (On the use of dialects and Standard German in Austria, see ________)
High German languagesAustro-Bavarian languageGerman languageAustrian German

Question 10: The historical forms of the language are Old High German and ________.
Gothic languageProto-GermanicOld EnglishMiddle High German


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