Slavic Countries


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East Slavs include:

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1. Macedonians are:

2. A person who is an ethnic Slav born in Prague is a:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Many European countries--especially those towards the east--have historically been associated with ethnic groups known collectively as the Slavs. This quiz and worksheet combo has questions for you that will test your knowledge of the different Slavic countries. You can go over these questions to make sure that you understand the different Slavic ethnic groups and the countries where they are represented.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Take this online quiz to see what you know about:

  • Eastern Slavs
  • Macedonians
  • The Poles
  • Slavic countries in the Soviet Union
  • Where most Slavic people live

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - make sure that you accurately recall the region that incorporates East Slavs
  • Distinguishing differences - see if you know the specific differences between different Slavic countries and regional groups of Slavs
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge of the Slavs to answer questions on the Macedonians and ethnic Slavs born in Prague

Additional Learning

Learn more about the Slavs by reading the associated lesson called Slavic Countries. This lesson contains information on:

  • The Slavic ethnic group
  • Slavs of Belarus and the Ukraine
  • Czech Republic and Polish Slavs
  • Slavic people of Bulgaria and Croatia