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Question 1: Â is used in the ________ system of Ukrainian transliteration as the letter Я.
ISO 9ISO 3166-3ISO 3166-1ISO 3166-2

Question 2: Â is the 3rd letter of the ________ and represents /ɨ/.
Romanian phonologyDiacriticRomanian languageRomanian alphabet

Question 3: history palaeography derivations diacritics punctuation numerals Unicode list of letters ________
ANSI escape codeISO/IEC 646ISO/IEC 8859ISO/IEC 8859-16

Question 4: Â, â (a-________) is a letter of the Romanian and Vietnamese alphabets.
CircumflexGrave accentDiacriticAcute accent

Question 5: In ________, diacritics can be added to form the following five forms to represent five tones of â.
Romanian phonologyTaos phonologyVietnamese phonologyInternational Phonetic Alphabet

Question 6: Such situation is most common in (but not excusive to) the ________, thus the name "genitive sign" for the circumflex.
Genitive caseVocative caseGrammatical caseAccusative case

Question 7: Â is the 3rd letter of the ________ and represents /ɜ/.
CircumflexVietnamese alphabetVietnamese Standard Code for Information InterchangeDiacritic

Question 8: Johan Henrik Schrøter, who translated the ________ into Faroese in 1823, used â to denote a non-syllabic a, as in the following example:
Gospel of LukeGospel of JohnGospel of MatthewGospel of Mark

Question 9: This letter also appears in Croatian, French, Portuguese, Serbian, Slovenian, Frisian, Welsh, Friulian, Turkish, and ________ as a variant of the letter “a”.
Franco-Provençal languageNorman languagePicard languageWalloon language

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