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Question 1: Van, Diadin, Moks, Adamakert, Shatakh, ________
ArmeniaGavarYerevanVardenis

Question 2: Julfa, Isfahan (New Julfa quarter), Shiraz, Hamadan, ________, Tehran, Qazvin, Rasht, Bandar-e Anzali
Bushehr ProvinceBandar RigBushehrAhram (town)

Question 3: Armenian corresponds with other Indo-European languages in its structure, but it shares distinctive sounds and features of its grammar with neighboring languages of the ________ region.
AzerbaijanAsiaCaucasusGeorgia (country)

Question 4: Armenian has two standardized forms, ________ and Western Armenian, forming a diasystem.
Western Armenian languageEastern Armenian languageArmenian languageTraditional Armenian orthography

Question 5: Other distinct dialects include the Homshetsi language of the ________ and Lomavren language of the Bosha, both of which are categorized as belonging to the Armenian language family.
Hemshin peoplesArmenian languageArmenian diasporaArmenians in Turkey

Question 6: Hemşin, Trabzon, Ünye, Fatsa, Terme, Çarşamba, Samsun, Sukhumi, Sochi, Mtsara (Gudauta District, Abkhazia), Tsebelda (Gulripsh District, ________), Adler (Sochi), Shapsugskaya (Krasnodar Krai, Russia)
AdjaraGeorgia (country)AbkhaziaSouth Ossetia

Question 7: Tokat, ________, Merzifon, Ordu, Samsun, Sinop
Kastamonu ProvinceAmasyaTaşovaSuluova

Question 8: The characteristically Greek representation of word-initial ________ by prothetic vowels is shared by Armenian, which also shares other phonological and morphological peculiarities of Greek.
Indo-European ablautProto-Indo-European languageLaryngeal theoryProto-Indo-European phonology

Question 9: Nor Nakhichevan, Rostov-on-Don, Stavropol, Krasnodar, ________, Anapa, Maykop, Taganrog, Prymorsk, Novocherkassk, Dneprovskaya
DnipropetrovskDnipropetrovsk OblastKievUkraine

Question 10: An effort to modernize the language in Greater Armenia and the ________ (11-14th centuries) resulted in the addition of two more characters to the alphabet, bringing the total number to 38.
Armenian Kingdom of CiliciaArmenian Soviet Socialist RepublicHistory of ArmeniaKingdom of Armenia
















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