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1. In which of these countries might the Fanatics be asking the people sitting near them, "quien va ganando?"?
2. The Fanatics are in Paris for the French Open. Which of the following are they likely to shout in support of the Aussie player?
3. When the fanatics are attending the Moscow Open tournament, in what language would they be chanting "Poydyem, Avstraliya"?
4. The Italian Open sees the Fanatics tackling Italian, using which of these chants to support their team?
5. While watching a Davis Cup tie in Johannesburg, the Fanatics were heard to shout "Kom ons gaan, Australie". Which of South Africa's official languages were they using?
6. One of the Fanatics' favorite chants is "Aussie, Aussie, Aussie! Oy, Oy, Oy!" (which I understand comes more easily after a few beers). In which city might they be watching an ATP tour event if the shout is reported on the local radio as "Avstraliyetz, Avstraliyetz, Avstraliyetz! Oi, Oi, Oi!"?
7. One day in the 1990s, the Fanatics settled to waving their giant Styrofoam hands around in the stands of a European country where those around them were primarily shouting support for a hometown player. In which city were they listening to shouts of "Kom op, Krajiceck, winnen"?
8. Surrounded by fans whose faces were painted blue, with a yellow cross, the Fanatics felt right in place with their yellow and green wigs. In what country were they watching a Davis Cup tie they when they tried to outshout the other fans with "Du kan gora det, grupp"?
9. At the Tokyo Open, the Fanatics wanted to make up signs that the other fans in the stadium would understand. Which of these (transliterated from the traditional symbols) might they use for their slogan?
10. The Fanatics are nearing home when they stop at the Singapore Open to watch their beloved Aussie players. Which of Singapore's official languages would they be adopting if they urged a player to "Do it" by shouting "buatlah"?
Source: Author looney_tunes
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