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Question 1:
Which out of the following is a child of Low German?

Question 2:

Question 3: Only a few texts survive, predominantly in baptismal vows the Saxons were required to perform at the behest of ________.
Lothair IAlboinCharlemagneLouis the Pious

Question 4: Low German has been recognised by the Netherlands and by Germany (since 1999) as a regional language according to the ________.
Polish languageRomaniaEuropean Charter for Regional or Minority LanguagesGerman language

Question 5:

Question 6: Some classify the northern dialects of Low German together with English, Scots, and Frisian as the ________ Germanic or Ingvaeonic languages.
Atlantic OceanBaltic SeaEnglish ChannelNorth Sea

Question 7:
Who of the following spoke at the Low German?

Question 8: There are five tenses in Low German: present tense, preterite, perfect, and pluperfect, and in Mennonite Low German the ________ which signifies a remaining effect from a past finished action.
Auxiliary verbPresent perfect tenseGrammatical aspectParticiple

Question 9: To the East, it abuts the Kashubian language (the only remnant of the Pomeranian language) and, since the expulsion of nearly all Germans from Pomerania following the Second World War, also by the ________.
OderCzech languageSilesian languagePolish language

Question 10: Low German declension has only three morphologically marked noun cases, where ________ and dative together constitute an objective case.
Genitive caseGrammatical caseAccusative caseDative case

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