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Quiz VI. Names of Languages and Nationalities II (less common and irregular spellings)


Complete the crossword, then click on "Check" to check your answer. If you are stuck, you can click on "Hint" to get a free letter. Click on a number in the grid to see the clue or clues for that number.

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1. the name for ‘Wales’ in the Welsh language
5. belonging or relating to Israel, or to its people or culture
7. the race of people who have lived in New Zealand and the Cook islands since before Europenas arrived
9. an artificial language invented in 1887 as a means of international communication, based on the main European languages but with easy grammar and pronunciation
11. a citizen of the Yemen
12. a language widely used in E Africa, especially between people who speak different first languages
13. the Celtic language of Wales


1. the language spoken by the majority of the people in Prague
2. the language of the Arabs
3. one of the official languages of India, spoken especially in northern India
4. a system of printing for blind people in which the letters of the alphabet and the numbers are printed as raised dots that can be read by touching them
6. the language which the ancient Romans used to speak
8. the Dutch language as spoken in northern Belgium in the region of Flanders
10. the language spoken in Thailand