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Slavic Languages Map Quiz

Can you name the ten most spoken Slavic languages with the help of a map?
Native speakers only
Quiz by Jiaozira
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Last updated: March 5, 2019
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First submittedMarch 5, 2019
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Average score100.0%
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Languages
150 m
Russian
45 m
Polish
37 m
Ukrainian
21 m
Serbo-Croatian
11 m
Czech
9.0 m
Bulgarian
5.2 m
Slovak
5.1 m
Belarusian
2.5 m
Slovene
2.5 m
Macedonian
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Level 45
Mar 6, 2019
Cool quiz!
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Level 69
Mar 6, 2019
Thanks! :)
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Level 34
Mar 6, 2019
Awesome job!
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Level 69
Mar 6, 2019
:)
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Level 51
Sep 2, 2020
Kinda easy if you ask me. Got 100% in 19 seconds
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Level 57
Oct 11, 2020
Personally, i would consider the Serbo-Croatian languages to be different dialects.
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Level 69
Oct 11, 2020
They are effectively one language. The only reason they get seperated is for political reasons.
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Level 57
Dec 5, 2020
Nice Quiz! 5/5 Rating
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Level 66
Apr 9, 2021
What is the reason for the grey shapes cutting into Poland? Is it to represent Kaszubian and Silesian? The native and majority language is Polish throughout the country; these are not areas where that is not so.
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Level 69
Apr 9, 2021
I will fix that later, when I did the research they showed up as Silesian and Kashubian speaking regions (with Silesian being a dialect of Polish in my other quizzes).
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Level 29
Aug 28, 2021
Well but in that case, Silesian and Kashubian are Slavic languages, too.
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Level 69
Aug 29, 2021
Even if we establish that both are not Polish dialects, they have too few speakers to appear on this quiz (as the description specifies).