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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceHomework Help · 1 decade ago

PLEASE HELP i realy need it done ASAP 10 points to whoever gets most right?

Which of the following statements about Greenland is not true

1.Gaelic is the official language

2.Most of the population of Greenland is Inuit

3.Greenland has an icy interior

4.Greenland is a territory of Denmark

The smallest country in Scandinavia is

1.Norway

2.Iceland

3.Denmark

4.Sweden

Switzerland is divided into 26 administrative districts known as

1.cantons

2.provinces

3.republics

4.states

Almost everyone who lives in Ireland speaks

1.Welsh

2.Gaelic

3.French

4.English

What is one important difference between Austria and Switzerland

1.Switzerland is located in the Alps but Austria is not

2.Switzerland was occupied by the Romans but Austria was not

3.Austria is part of the EU but Switzerland is not

4.Austria belongs to the Red Cross but Switzerland does not

Which of the following did not conquer all or part of Greece

1.Napoleon

2.King Philip of Macedonia

3.Ottoman Turks

4.the Roman Empire

please ASAP ASAP

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    Hello. I will provide my answer in which I am 100% sure of all of them, but will give you the clarification links.

    1. The answer is 1 "The official language is Gaelic"

    The official languages are Kalaallisut , Danish

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenland

    2. The answer is 2 "Denmark"

    The Kingdom of Denmark is geographically the smallest Nordic country and is part of the European Union. It is located in Scandinavia.

    www.international.ucla.edu/euro/countries/westeurope/index.asp

    3. The answer is 1 "Cantons"

    The 26 cantons of Switzerland are the states of the federal state of Switzerland. Each canton was a fully sovereign state with its own borders, army and currency until the establishment of the Swiss federal state in 1848. The most recently created canton is the Canton of Jura, which separated from the Canton of Berne in 1979.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cantons_of_Switzerlan...

    4. English

    Though in the olden days MANY irish people spoke Gaelic and it is still one of the official languages of ireland along side English.

    5. The answer is 2 "Austria is part of the EU Switzerland is not"

    List of countries in the EU: as you can see, no Switzerland

    * Austria

    * Belgium

    * Bulgaria

    * Cyprus

    * Czech Republic

    * Denmark

    * Estonia

    * Finland

    * France

    * Germany

    * Greece

    * Hungary

    * Ireland

    * Italy

    * Latvia

    * Lithuania

    * Luxembourg

    * Malta

    * Netherlands

    * Poland

    * Portugal

    * Romania

    * Slovakia

    * Slovenia

    * Spain

    * Sweden

    * United Kingdom

    6. The answer is 1 "Napoleon"

    Napoleon conquered northern Italy, Egypt (briefly), Spain, and liberated part of Poland and Lithuania.

    Napoleon ruled directly over France, the Kingdom of Italy, the Confederation of the Rhine (most of Germany), Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Croatia, and the Netherlands. He strongly influenced Prussia and Austria also.

    ^ He did a lot but never got to Greece.

    http://sg.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=200...

    Source(s): Good luck. Many years of study.
  • 1 decade ago

    Which of the following statements about Greenland is not true

    1.Gaelic is the official language....of Eire

    Almost everyone who lives in Ireland speaks

    4.English

    Which of the following did not conquer all or part of Greece

    3.Ottoman Turks

    The smallest country in Scandinavia is

    3.Denmark

    Switzerland is divided into 26 administrative districts known as

    1.cantons

    What is one important difference between Austria and Switzerland

    3.Austria is part of the EU but Switzerland is not

    Source(s): type questions into internet browser...and up popped the answers...isnt the internet great
  • 1 decade ago

    1, 2, 1, 2, 3, 1.

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