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Question 1:
Which of the following are related to Russians?
*Rolls-Royce Exe
Nurses
Audi A3 Mk2
Other Slavic peoples, especially East Slavs

Question 2: In the 20th century Russian music was credited with such influential composers as ________, Sergei Prokofiev, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Igor Stravinski and Georgy Sviridov.
Igor StravinskyDmitri ShostakovichSviatoslav RichterMstislav Rostropovich

Question 3: Many have left Russia and other former Soviet states for ________ since the 1990s but aren't considered culturally German, as they have been "Russified".
NetherlandsPolandGermanyGreece

Question 4: ________, in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, is an example of a large community of recent Russian immigrants.
Coney IslandBrighton BeachGravesend, BrooklynMidwood, Brooklyn

Question 5: A relatively significant number of Russians, around 10 million, live elsewhere in the world, mostly in the ________ and Western Europe, but also in other places of Eastern Europe, Asia and elsewhere.
South AmericaNorth AmericaAmericas (terminology)Americas

Question 6:
What is the population of Russians?
331000
715
1543
65742

Question 7: Another important aspect is the reduction of unstressed ________, not entirely unlike a similar process present in most forms of English.
International Phonetic AlphabetClose front unrounded vowelClose back rounded vowelVowel

Question 8: The Russian people (русские, russkiye) are an ethnic group of the East Slavic peoples, primarily living in ________ and neighboring countries.
RussiaMoscowUnited StatesRussian culture

Question 9: The Scandinavian Vikings, or Varangians, also took part in the forming of Russian identity and state in the early Kievan Rus' period of the late ________.
6th century7th century1st millennium5th century

Question 10: At different points of its history, the country also was strongly influenced by the ________, and since Peter the Great reforms Russian culture largely developed in the context of the Western culture.
Culture of EuropeDemographics of EuropeCulture of the United KingdomHistory of Europe
















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