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Question 1: The Gaelic language is recognised as a Minority Language by the ________.
European ParliamentGermanyEuropean UnionDenmark

Question 2: After the division of ________ between Scotland and England by King Edgar (or after the later Battle of Carham; it is uncertain) the Scottish kingdom encompassed a great number of English people.
NorthumbriaScandinavian YorkAmlaíb CuaránEric Bloodaxe

Question 3: Scottish Gaelic comes from ________.
Primitive IrishIrish phonologyOld IrishMiddle Irish

Question 4: Gaelic (lingua Scottica, Scottis) became the de facto language of the whole ________, giving its name to the country (Scotia, "Scotland").
David I of ScotlandMalcolm III of ScotlandMacbeth of ScotlandKingdom of Alba

Question 5: The Scottish people (Scots Gaelic: Albannach), or Scots, are a nation[17] and an ethnic group indigenous to ________.
EnglandUnited KingdomScotlandWales

Question 6: [citation needed] Meanwhile, Gaelic independently spread from ________ into Clydesdale.
GallowayKirkcudbrightshireScotlandDumfries and Galloway

Question 7: He built his church in the Roman province of Valentia in the town of Leucapia, now called Whithorn in ________, Scotland.
Dumfries and GallowayKirkcudbrightshireGallowayGalwegian Gaelic

Question 8: [citation needed] This reflected the gradual spread of English, also known as ________, from around the 13th century onwards, through Scotland beyond its traditional area in the Lothians.
Scots languageEarly ScotsMiddle EnglishOld English

Question 9: (Scotland itself is in third place.) They took with them their ________ and culture.
Languages of the United KingdomLanguages of EuropeLanguages of IrelandLanguages of Scotland

Question 10: [60] In the 10th century ________, the word Scot is mentioned as a reference to the "Land of the Gaels".
Anglo-Saxon ChronicleAnglo-SaxonsWessexAlfred the Great







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