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North Germanic languages: Quiz


Question 1:
Which out of the following is a child of North Germanic languages?

Question 2:
What family does North Germanic languages belong to?

Question 3:
What region does North Germanic languages belong to?
East of England
Yorkshire and the Humber
Northern Europe
Mu00F8re og Romsdal

Question 4: Traditionally, Danish and German were the two official languages of ________.
ScandinaviaSwedenUnion between Sweden and NorwayDenmark–Norway

Question 5: In ________, Scandinavian language(s) is also used as a term referring specifically to the mutually intelligible languages of the three Scandinavian countries.
Nordic countriesSwedenScandinaviaDenmark–Norway

Question 6: Another language in the Nordic countries is Greenlandic, the official languages of ________.
MadeiraFaroe IslandsGreenlandAzores

Question 7: ________ (in South Jutland and Southern Schleswig)
Low GermanDanish languageGerman languageSouth Jutlandic

Question 8: After the Proto-Norse and ________ periods, the North Germanic languages developed into an East Scandinavian branch, consisting of Danish and Swedish; and a West Scandinavian branch, consisting of Norwegian, Faroese and Icelandic.
West Germanic languagesOld NorseOld Norse morphologyOld English

Question 9: There was also an Old Gutnish branch spoken on the island of ________.
Baltic SeaGotlandSaaremaaÖland

Question 10: This is also because of the strong influence of the ________[citation needed], particularly in Denmark and Sweden[citation needed].
Spanish languageGerman languageStandard languageEnglish language


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