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Question 1: In electronic communications, it is often considered very poor "________" to type in all capitals, because it can be harder to read and because it is seen as tantamount to shouting.
NetiquetteInternet Relay ChatUsenetInstant messaging

Question 2: With the advent of modern computer editing technology and the ________, emphasis is usually indicated by use of a single word Capital, italic, or bold font, similar to what has long been common practice in print.
Internet Relay ChatInternetE-mailWorld Wide Web

Question 3: (See the article on ________ for a detailed list of norms).
German languageFrench languageSpanish languageCapitalization

Question 4: ________ is the writing of a word with its first letter in uppercase and the remaining letters in lowercase.
German languageSpanish languageFrench languageCapitalization

Question 5: Capital and small letters are differentiated in the Roman, Greek, Cyrillic and ________.
Armenian languageArmenian diasporaArmenian alphabetArmenians

Question 6: Capitalization rules vary by ________ and are often quite complex, but in most modern languages that have capitalization, the first word of every sentence is capitalized, as are all proper nouns.
AristotleLanguageGottfried LeibnizSemantics

Question 7: Greek majuscule (9th – 3rd century B.C.) in contrast to the Greek ________ (3rd century B.C.
TypefaceUncial scriptCapital letterBlackletter

Question 8: Most ________ (such as those used in Georgian, Glagolitic, Arabic, Hebrew, and Devanagari) make no distinction between capital and lowercase letters (and, of course, logographic writing systems such as Chinese have no "letters" at all).
BopomofoWriting systemHangulLatin alphabet

Question 9: Codex Vaticanus B/03 Detailed description of ________ with many images.
Biblical manuscriptCodex AlexandrinusCodex VaticanusCodex Sinaiticus

Question 10: In alphabets with a case distinction, capitals are used for capitalization, ________, supposed better legibility (see ascender), and emphasis (in some languages).
English languageUnited StatesAbbreviationAcronym and initialism


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