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Germans say “Grüß Gott”
• A: In church
• B: In Bavaria
• C: To friends only
• D: In Northern Germany
Germans say “Grüß Gott”
• A: In church
• B: in Bavaria
• C: To friends only
• D: In Northern Germany
What is the capital of Germany?
• A. Berlin
• B. Straßburg
• C. Bonn
• D. Dresden
What is the capital of Germany?
• A. Berlin
• B. Straßburg
• C. Bonn
• D. Dresden
How many Bundesländer does
Germany have?
• A: 10
• B: 16
• C: 20
• D: 12
How many Bundesländer does
Germany have?
• A: 10
• B: 16
• C: 20
• D: 12
What is the official name of
Germany?
• A. Bundesrepublik
Deutschland
• B. Deutsche
Demokratische Republik
• C. Westdeutschland
• D. Vereinigte Deutsche
Länder
What is the official name of
Germany?
• A. Bundesrepublik
Deutschland
• B. Deutsche
Demokratische Republik
• C. Westdeutschland
• D. Vereinigte Deutsche
Länder
What does SPD mean?
• Sozialistische Partei
Deutschlands
• Soziale Partei
Deutschlands
• Sicherheitspartei
Deutschlands
• Sozial-Demokratische
Partei Deutschlands
What does SPD mean?
• A. Sozialistische Partei
Deutschlands
• B. Soziale Partei
Deutschlands
• C. Sicherheitspartei
Deutschlands
• D. SozialDemokratische
Partei Deutschlands
Who is Gerhard Schröder?
• A. The Foreign Secretary
• B. The Finance Minister
• C. The German
Chancellor
• D. The German President
Who is Gerhard Schröder?
• A. The Foreign Secretary
• B. The Finance Minister
• C. The German
Chancellor
• D. The German President
Which coalition is in government
in Germany?
• A. FDP - SPD CDU/CSU
• B. SPD - CDU/CSU
• C. SPD - Bündnis 90/Die
Grünen
• D. CDU/CSU - Die
Grünen - FDP
Which coalition is in government
in Germany?
• A. FDP - SPD CDU/CSU
• B. SPD - CDU/CSU
• C. SPD - Bündnis
90/Die Grünen
• D. CDU/CSU - Die
Grünen - FDP
What is the German equivalent to
the “House of Commons”?
• A. Der Bundesrat
• B. Das
Bundesverfassungsgericht
• C. Der Bundestag
• D. Die Bundesliga
What is the German equivalent to
the “House of Commons”?
• A. Der Bundesrat
• B. Das
Bundesverfassungsgericht
• C. Der Bundestag
• D. Die Bundesliga
How many neighbours does
Germany have?
• A: 9
• B: 15
• C: 7
• D: 4
How many neighbours does
Germany have?
• A: 9
• B: 15
• C: 7
• D: 4
What is the second chamber of
the German government called?
• A. Oberhaus
• B. Senat
• C. Bundesrat
• D. Landtag
What is the second chamber of
the German government called?
• A. Oberhaus
• B. Senat
• C. Bundesrat
• D. Landtag
Which is not a Federal State of
the German Republic?
• A. Baden Württemberg
• B. Bayern
• C. Mecklenburg
Vorpommern
• D. München
Which is not a Federal State of
the German Republic?
• A. Baden Württemberg
• B. Bayern
• C. Mecklenburg
Vorpommern
• D. München
When did Germany cease to be a
monarchy?
• A: 1989
• B: 1945
• C: It never was a
monarchy
• D: 1918
When did Germany cease to be a
monarchy?
• A: 1989
• B: 1945
• C: It never was a
monarchy
• D: 1918
Who were the occupying forces
in Germany after world war II?
• A. British, American,
French, Soviet
• B. British, Norwegian,
French, American
• C. Italian, American,
British, Soviet
• D. American, British,
Soviet, Dutch
Who were the occupying forces
in Germany after world war II?
• A. British, American,
French, Soviet
• B. British, Norwegian,
French, American
• C. Italian, American,
British, Soviet
• D. American, British,
Soviet, Dutch
What were the two German states
called before unification?
• A. Demokratische
Deutsche Republik und
• Bundesrepublik
Deutschland
• B. Ostdeutschland und
Westdeutschland
• C. Deutsche
Demokratische Republik
• und Bundesrepublik
Deutschland
• D. Deutsche
Demokratische Republik
und Föderalistische
Republik Deutschlands
What were the two German states
called before unification?
• A. Demokratische
Deutsche Republik und
• Bundesrepublik
Deutschland
• B. Ostdeutschland und
Westdeutschland
• C. Deutsche
Demokratische Republik
• und Bundesrepublik
Deutschland
• D. Deutsche
Demokratische Republik
und Föderalistische
Republik Deutschlands
Who is the German head of
Government?
• A: Kohl
• B: Fischer
• C: Schröder
• D: Vogts
Who is the German head of
Government?
• A: Kohl
• B: Fischer
• C: Schröder
• D: Vogts
What is the "Bundestag"?
• A: The national holiday
• B: The German Parliament
• C: The German football
league
• D: The largest sport
stadium in Germany
What is the "Bundestag"?
• A: The national holiday
• B: The German Parliament
• C: The German football
league
• D: The largest sport
stadium in Germany
Which is not part of Germany?
• A: Hessen
• B: Sachsen
• C: Elsass
• D: Thüringen
Which is not part of Germany?
• A: Hessen
• B: Sachsen
• C: Elsass
• D: Thüringen
For how long did the "WALL"
exist?
• A. 1962 - 1990
• B. 1961 - 1989
• C. 1961 - 1990
• D. 1945 - 1989
For how long did the "WALL"
exist?
• A. 1962 - 1990
• B. 1961 - 1989
• C. 1961 - 1990
• D. 1945 - 1989
Where do you find the island
"Rügen"?
• A: In Lake Constance
• B: In the Atlantic
• C: In the Baltic Sea
• D: In the North Sea
Where do you find the island
"Rügen"?
• A: In Lake Constance
• B: In the Atlantic
• C: In the Baltic Sea
• D: In the North Sea
What is the "Harz"?
• A. A town
• C. A river
• B. A federal state
• D. A mountain range
What is the "Harz"?
• A. A town
• C. A river
• B. A federal state
• D. A mountain range
Which country does not share a
border with Germany?
• A: Belgium
• B: Italy
• C: Denmark
• D: Czech Republic
Which country does not share a
border with Germany?
• A: Belgium
• B: Italy
• C: Denmark
• D: Czech Republic
Which is Germany's highest
mountain?
• A: Zugspitze
• B: Matterhorn
• C: Feldberg
• D: Underberg
Which is Germany's highest
mountain?
• A: Zugspitze
• B: Matterhorn
• C: Feldberg
• D: Underberg
Which of these is a river?
• A. Mosel
• B. Erfurt
• C. Eifel
• D. Bodensee
Which of these is a river?
• A. Die Mosel
• B. Erfurt
• C. Die Eifel
• D. Der Bodensee
What do German pupils wear at
school?
• A: Uniform
• B: National costume
• C: What they like
• D: A suit
What do German pupils wear at
school?
• A: Uniform
• B: National costume
• C: What they like
• D: A suit
What is the Abitur?
• A. Driving test
• B. A national sport
• C. A drink
• D. The final exam at
school
What is the Abitur?
• A. Driving Test
• B. A national sport
• C. A drink
• D. The final exam at
school
Which is not a secondary school?
• A. Gymnasium
• B. Fahrschule
• C. Hauptschule
• D. Gesamtschule
Which is not a secondary school?
• A. Gymnasium
• B. Fahrschule
• C. Hauptschule
• D. Gesamtschule
Where would you find a
Orientierungsstufe?
• A: On the staircase
• B: At University
• C: In school
• D: In the scouts
Where would you find a
Orientierungsstufe?
• A: On the staircase
• B: At University
• C: In school
• D: In the scouts
When do children get a
"Schultüte"?
• A: For their 6th birthday
• B: Every year after the
summer holiday
• C: For the Abitur
• D: On their first day at
school
When do children get a
"Schultüte"?
• A: For their 6th birthday
• B: Every year after the
summer holiday
• C: For the Abitur
• D: On their first day at
school
Which of these German firms
produces computers?
• A. BMW
• B. Siemens
• C. Lufthansa
• D. Löwenbräu
Which of these German firms
produces computers?
• A. BMW
• B. Siemens
• C. Lufthansa
• D. Löwenbräu
What is Lola doing in the
German film?
• A: Lola is crying
• B: Lola is singing
• C: Lola is sleeping
• D: Lola is running
What is Lola doing in the
German film?
• A: Lola is crying
• B: Lola is singing
• C: Lola is sleeping
• D: Lola is running
How much is a letter to
Germany?
• A: 25p
• B: 37p
• C: 45p
• D: 90p
How much is a letter to
Germany?
• A: 25p
• C: 45p
• B: 37p
• D: 90p
The Bremen Town Musicians are
• A: Dog, Cat, Donkey, Pig
• B: Dog, Cow, Cat,
Cockerel
• C: Horse, Dog, Cat, Hen
• D: Donkey, Dog, Cat,
Cockerel
The Bremen Town Musicians are
• A: Dog, Cat, Donkey, Pig
• B: Dog, Cow, Cat,
Cockerel
• C: Horse, Dog, Cat, Hen
• D: Donkey, Dog, Cat,
Cockerel
Who was Goethe?
• A: A composer
• B: A painter
• C: A writer
• D: An actor
Who was Goethe?
• A: A composer
• B: A painter
• C: A writer
• D: An actor
You wish somebody good luck.
What do you do in Germany?
• A: You cross your fingers
• B: You touch your nose
• C: You lift your left leg
• D: You hold your thumb
You wish somebody good luck.
What do you do in Germany?
• A: You cross your fingers
• B: You touch your nose
• C: You lift your left leg
• D: You hold your
thumb
What is "Leberkäs"?
• A: Vegetable
• B: Cheese
• C: Meat
• D: Fish
What is "Leberkäs"?
• A: Vegetable
• B: Cheese
• C: Meat
• D: Fish
Which German champion has a
brother in the same sport?
• A: Boris Becker
• B: Franz Beckenbauer
• C: Michael Schumacher
• D: Rudi Völler
Which German champion has a
brother in the same sport?
• A: Boris Becker
• B: Franz Beckenbauer
• C: Michael
Schumacher
• D: Rudi Völler
Which German car is produced in
Munich?
• A: BMW
• B: VW
• C: Porsche
• D: Mercedes Benz
Which German car is produced in
Munich?
• A: BMW
• B: VW
• C: Porsche
• D: Mercedes Benz
What goes into the yellow bin?
• A: recycling-material
• B: rainwater
• C: equipment for school
• D: clothes
What goes into the yellow bin?
• A: recycling-material
• B: rainwater
• C: equipment for school
• D: clothes
What is the speed limit on
German motorways?
• A: 100 km/h
• B: 80 km/h
• C: 150 km/h
• D: none
What is the speed limit on
German motorways?
• A: 100 km/h
• B: 80 km/h
• C: 150 km/h
• D: none
Who is "Aschenputtel"?
• A: Snow White
• B: a witch
• C: a good fairy
• D: Cinderella
Who is "Aschenputtel"?
• A: Snow White
• B: a witch
• C: a good fairy
• D: Cinderella
At what age do children start
school in Germany?
• A: 5
• B: 6
• C: 7
• D: The parents decide
At what age do children start
school in Germany?
• A: 5
• B: 6
• C: 7
• D: The parents decide
Somebody is ill. What do
Germans say to him/her?
• A: Gesundheit!
• B: Hals-und Beinbruch!
• C: Gute Besserung!
• D: Geh besser
Somebody is ill. What do
Germans say to him/her?
• A: Gesundheit!
• B: Hals-und Beinbruch!
• C: Gute Besserung!
• D: Geh besser
At what age are Germans allowed
to drive a car?
• A: 15
• B: 17
• C: 21
• D: 18
At what age are Germans allowed
to drive a car?
• A: 15
• B: 17
• C: 21
• D: 18
What is a "Handy"?
• A: A handkerchief
• B: A mobile phone
• C: A mini computer
• D: A small TV set
What is a "Handy"?
• A: A handkerchief
• B: A mobile phone
• C: A mini-computer
• D: A small TV set
What does a German cockerel
say?
• A: Kikeriki
• B: Kokadideldu
• C: Kakeriku
• D: Krahkrah
What does a German cockerel
say?
• A: Kikeriki
• B: Kokadideldu
• C: Kakeriku
• D: Krahkrah
In which town did the ratcatcher
live?
• A: Hameln
• B: Hamburg
• C: Hombach
• D: Homburg
In which town did the ratcatcher
live?
• A: Hameln
• B: Hamburg
• C: Hombach
• D: Homburg
The "Deutsches Museum" in
Munich is a museum for
• A: Art
• B: Modern history
• C: Technology
• D: Fashion
The "Deutsches Museum" in
Munich is a museum for
• A: Art
• B: Modern history
• C: Technology
• D: Fashion
Which festival is celebrated with
fire works in Germany
• A: Silvester
• B: Karneval
• C: Christmas
• D: Easter
Which festival is celebrated with
fire works in Germany
• A: Silvester
• B: Karneval
• C: Christmas
• D: Eastern
For which festival do children
make lanterns?
• A: 3 König
• B: Fasching
• C: St Martin
• D: Reformationstag
For which festival do children
make lanterns?
• A: 3 König
• B: Fasching
• C: St Martin
• D: Reformationstag
Which symbol is on the German
flag?
• A: An eagle
• B: Hammer and Sickle
• C: A cross
• D: None
Which symbol is on the German
flag?
• A: An eagle
• B: Hammer and Sickle
• C: A cross
• D: None
What is a Dackel?
• A: Part of a box
• B: An arrogant man
• C: A dog
• D: A bread roll
What is a Dackel?
• A: Part of a box
• B: An arrogant man
• C: A dog
• D: A bread roll
In Germany “Frankfurters” are
called
• A: Frankfurter Würste
• B: Berliner Weiße
• C: Berner Platte
• D: Wiener Würstchen
In Germany “Frankfurters” are
called
• A: Frankfurter Würste
• B: Berliner Weiße
• C: Berner Platte
• D: Wiener
Würstchen
The “Reichstag” is a
• A: Festival
• B: Building
• C: Museum
• D: Square in Berlin
The “Reichstag” is a
• A: Festival
• B: Building
• C: Museum
• D: Square in Berlin
ZDF means
• A: Zur deutschen Freiheit
• B: Zweites Deutsches
Fernsehen
• C: Zeig deine Füße
• D: Zweite deutsche
Fußball-Liga
ZDF means
• A: Zur deutschen Freiheit
• C: Zeig deine Füße
• B: Zweites Deutsches
Fernsehen
• D: Zweite deutsche
Fußball-Liga
What is “dokumenta”?
• A: A library
• B: A police station
• C: A festival of modern
art
• D: A famous Tall Ship
What is “dokumenta”?
• A: A library
• C: A festival of
modern art
• B: A police station
• • D: A famous Tall Ship
What is in a Schwarzwälder
Kirschtorte?
• A: Cherries, apples, nuts
• B: Cheese, fruit, jam
• C: Cream, fruit, ice cream
• D: Cream, cherries,
chocolate
What is in a Schwarzwälder
Kirschtorte?
• A: Cherries, apples, nuts
• B: Cheese, fruit, jam
• C: Cream, fruit, ice cream
• D: Cream, cherries,
chocolate
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