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Languages of Gibraltar: Quiz


Question 1: This article is part of the series:
Gibraltarian peopleCulture of GibraltarDemographics of GibraltarHistory of Gibraltar

Question 2: Most Gibraltarians converse in Llanito, their vernacular which is mostly based on ________, but greatly influenced by other Mediterranean languages.
Spanish dialects and varietiesAndalusian SpanishSpanish languageCanarian Spanish

Question 3: Most locals are bilingual, also speaking Spanish, due to Gibraltar's proximity to ________.

Question 4: As a ________, the sole official language of Gibraltar is English, and it is used by the Government and in schools.
United KingdomBermudaEnglandBritish overseas territories

Question 5: Llanito (pronounced[ʎaˈnito]) is the main local ________, and is unique to Gibraltar.
VernacularEnglish languageDiglossiaGerman language

Question 6: It consists of an eclectic mix of ________ and British English, as well as languages such as Maltese, Portuguese, Italian of the Genoese variety and Haketia.
Canarian SpanishSpanish languageAndalusian SpanishSpanish dialects and varieties


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