General Awareness Questions

Q.  Which of the following languages is a Slavic Language?

a. Polish
b. Flemish
c. Romanian
d. Gaelic


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Slavic languages, also called Slavonic languages, a subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages Eastern European ethnic groups, commonly associated with Russia, the Baltic States, and other Eastern European countries. peoples of the lands of today's Eastern Europe and Russia have excited curiosity and beckoned visitors.
Key to these peoples and cultures are the Slavic languages:
1. Russian,
2. Ukrainian,
3. Polish,
4. Czech, and
5. Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian

Flemish is the language of many Belgians.
Romanians are more Hungarian or Balkans-affiliated than Russian.
Gaelic is the language of the Celts (Scotland/Ireland).
 

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