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Question 1:
What is the population of Portuguese people?
50000
3318
23177
972

Question 2:
What region does Portuguese people belong to?
Western Africa
Gujarat , East Africa, United Kingdom, United States
Africa
Rest of Africa

Question 3: Indeed, Y-chromosome haplogroup ________ (of Paleolithic origin) is the most common haplogroup in practically all of the Iberian peninsula and western Europe.
Haplogroup R1b (Y-DNA)Y-DNA haplogroups by ethnic groupsHaplogroup R1a (Y-DNA)Human Y-chromosome DNA haplogroup

Question 4: The Portuguese are a southwestern European population, with origins predominantly from Atlantic Europe, Western Europe and the ________.
Mediterranean SeaAtlantic OceanPacific OceanIndian Ocean

Question 5: Migrations from what is now Northern Iberia during the Paleolithic and Mesolithic, links modern Iberians to the populations of much of Western Europe and particularly the ________ and Atlantic Europe.
EnglandBritish IslesNorthern IrelandUnited Kingdom

Question 6: In 1906, for example, there were 133,393 Portuguese-born people living in ________, comprising 16% of the city's population.
São PauloSalvador, BahiaRio de JaneiroNiterói

Question 7: Dark to medium brown hair and black hair and brown and hazel eyes predominate in a majority of Portuguese people; however, ________ hair and blue or green eyes are also found with some regular frequency.
Isabelline (colour)Cream (colour)Gold (color)Blond

Question 8: Between 1886 and 1966, Portugal lost to emigration more than any West European country except ________.
Northern IrelandIrelandIrish peopleWales

Question 9: 1st row: Afonso ISt. AnthonyÁlvares Pereira________
2nd row: CamõesEça de QueirozJosé BarrosoJosé Saramago
KenyaPortuguese IndiaOs LusíadasVasco da Gama

Question 10: People from the former colonies (namely ________, Africa - Afro-Portuguese, and parts of India) have, in the last two to three decades, migrated to Portugal.
AngolaMozambiqueBrazilEast Timor
















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