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Question 1: It is used in the ________, Basque alphabet, Filipino alphabet and Guarani alphabet, where it represents a palatal nasal (IPA: [ɲ]).
DiacriticSpanish orthographyAcute accentSpanish language

Question 2: Historically, "ñ" arose as a ligature of "nn": the tilde was ________ for the second "n", written over the first.
Gregg shorthandGerman languageShorthandLatin

Question 3: In ________, an Ñ can be typed by pressing Option-N and then typing an uppercase "N".
QuickTimeSafari (web browser)Mac OS X ServerMac OS X

Question 4: To make a lowercase ñ on the ________ operating system, hold down the Alt key and type the numbers 164 or 0241 on the numeric keypad (with Num Lock turned on).
Internet Information ServicesMicrosoft WindowsInternet ExplorerDirectX

Question 5: [1] For example, the Spanish word año (year) is derived from ________ ANNVS.
Vulgar LatinLatinOld LatinRoman Empire

Question 6: In ________, a capital Ñ can be typed by pressing Control-Shift-Tilde (~), and then typing an "N".
Microsoft OfficeMicrosoft WordMicrosoft ExcelHistory of Microsoft Word

Question 7: Another option (for any operating system) is to configure the system to use the US-International keyboard layout, where the ñ can be produced either by ________-N, or by typing the tilde (~) followed by the letter n.
Caps lockSpace barArrow keysAltGr key

Question 8: history palaeography derivations diacritics punctuation numerals Unicode list of letters ________
ANSI escape codeISO/IEC 646ISO/IEC 8859-16ISO/IEC 8859

Question 9: In the ________, it nasalises the preceding vowel as in Jañ /ʒã/ which corresponds to the French name Jean and bears the same pronunciation.
Irish languageManx languageBreton languageCornish language

Question 10: Peña is a common Spanish surname and a ________ that means "ridge"; it is often anglicized into Pena, changing the name into the Spanish word for "sorrow" (and Latin American Spanish for "embarrassment").
NounPreposition and postpositionAdjectiveArticle (grammar)
















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