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If you came to settle on present-day New York City in about 1650, it's most likely that you're of _______ descent. A. Dutch B. French C. Spanish D. Swedish
If you came to settle on present-day New York City in about 1650, it's most likely that you're of DUTCH descent. A. Dutch.
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