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Question 1:
What region does Slavic languages belong to?
Brisbane East
throughout Eastern and Central Europe and parts of Northern Europe
Europe and North America

Question 2: "little water", from common Slavic voda (water, cognate to the English word) with the ________ ending -ka.
German languageEnglish languageSwedish languageDiminutive

Question 3: Kapović, Mate (2008) (in Croatian), Uvod u indoeuropsku lingvistiku, ________: Matica hrvatska, ISBN 978-953-150-847-6 

Question 4:
Which out of the following is a child of Slavic languages?

Question 5:

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Slavic languages and Indo-European group.
  Baška tablet, 11th century, Krk, Croatia.

Question 7: It is now believed that South Slavs came to the ________ in two streams.
EuropeBalkansEastern EuropeWestern Europe

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Area of Balto-Slavic dialectic continuum (purple) with proposed material cultures correlating to speakers Balto-Slavic in Bronze Age (white). Red dots= archaic Slavic hydronyms
       Countries where a West Slavic language is the national language      Countries where an East Slavic language is the national language      Countries where a South Slavic language is the national language
  Slavic languages by the number of speakers (as of 1997).[1]

Question 9: The independence of ________ facilitated the continuity of the tradition.
DubrovnikPulaCroatiaSplit (city)

Question 10: The ________, Russian Orthodox Church, Polish Orthodox Church, Macedonian Orthodox Church, Serbian Orthodox Church, and even some Roman Catholic Churches in Croatia continue to use Church Slavonic as a liturgical language.
Georgian Orthodox ChurchBulgarian Orthodox ChurchSecond Bulgarian EmpireFirst Bulgarian Empire

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