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Question 1: Apart from God Save the Queen, the ________ national anthem is now traditionally sung with the first verse in Māori (Aotearoa) and the second in English (God Defend New Zealand).
United KingdomNew ZealandNauruAustralia

Question 2: Recordings of countries' anthems around the world by the ________ band
United States armed forcesUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States Coast GuardUnited States Navy

Question 3: The tune of the Ode to Joy from Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 is the European anthem; the United Nations[5] and the ________[6] also have unofficial anthems.
Pan-African ParliamentAfrican Economic CommunityEast African FederationAfrican Union

Question 4: For instance, the Republic of China is not recognized by the Olympics as a separate nation and must compete as ________; its National Banner Song is used instead of its national anthem.
Chinese Taipei Olympic flagChinese TaipeiAnti-Secession LawCross-Strait relations

Question 5: Many radio and television stations have adopted this and play the national anthem when they sign on in the morning and again when they ________ at night.
ITVITV1Sign-onSign-off

Question 6: Before March 1944, it was also the anthem of the Soviet Union and the ________.
CominternMarxismCommunismLeft communism

Question 7: ________ speakers at meetings often use the song La Espero as their anthem.
Reformed EsperantoEsperantidoEsperantoEsperanto grammar

Question 8: The majority of national anthems are either marches or ________ in style.
HymnChristian musicChristian metalGospel music

Question 9: ________ used to have an anthem composed from the first parts of Czech and Slovak modern anthems.
Czechoslovak Socialist RepublicCzechoslovak Republic (1918–1938)Czech and Slovak Federal RepublicCzechoslovakia

Question 10: Spain[['s national anthem, the "________" (]]The Royal March), dates from 1770 (written in 1761).
Eusko Abendaren EreserkiaEls SegadorsAsturias, patria queridaMarcha Real
















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