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Study Guide Examination 2 Multiple Choice Questions

In which of these countries has a pidgin language

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20. In which of these countries has a pidgin language evolved into an official national language? A. Haiti B. Indonesia C. Papua New Guinea
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D. Singapore ANSWER: C 21. Before its independence, which of the following countries administered present-day Papua New Guinea? 22. Which of these languages was historically the language of diplomacy? 23. Which of these languages is spoken as a first language by most people in northern Belgium? 24. Which of the following was true of the royal family of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands? A. They were Catholic and spoke Dutch. B. They were Catholic and spoke French. C. They were Protestant and spoke Dutch. D. They were Protestant and spoke French. ANSWER: C 25. Which of the following statements about Belgium is true? 26. Which of these languages is spoken as a first language by a majority of people in Switzerland? 27. Which of these Canadian places has a majority Inuit population?
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28. Which of these languages is spoken as a mother tongue by a significant number of people in the Prairie Provinces of Canada? A. Chinese B. French C. Inuit D. Ukrainian ANSWER: D 29. What language is spoken as a first language by the largest number of people in India? 30. Which of the following statements about Migingo Island is NOT true? 31. Which of the following countries does NOT border the Caspian Sea?
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