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Ch (digraph): Quiz

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Question 1: It can be followed by ________ (Chrbtica - Spine), Vowel (Chémia - Chemistry) or Diphthong (Chiazmus - Chiasmus).
Velar consonantConsonantPalatal consonantAlveolar consonant

Question 2: The letter Ch was equal to other letters of the traditional ________ (as was Ll).
Spanish languageAcute accentDiacriticSpanish orthography

Question 3: In Italian, "ch" represents the ________ [k] before -e and -i.
Voiceless velar plosiveVoiceless bilabial plosivePalatal approximantBilabial nasal

Question 4: Besides ch, there is only one digraph used in the Czech language - , representing ________.
Voiced postalveolar fricativeVoiceless postalveolar affricateVoiced postalveolar affricateVoiceless postalveolar fricative

Question 5: In classical times, this was pronounced as an aspirated ________ [kʰ].
Voiceless bilabial plosiveBilabial nasalPalatal approximantVoiceless velar plosive

Question 6: In computing, Ch is represented as a sequence of ________ and H, not as a single character; only the historical KOI-8 ČS2 encoding contained Ch as a single character.
JCLatin alphabetX

Question 7: In ________, "ch" also represents the sound [k] in any position.
EsperantoLingua Franca NovaIdoInterlingua

Question 8: In Breton, French, and Portuguese, as well as in English and ________ words of French origin, "ch" represents the voiceless postalveolar fricative [ʃ].
EsperantoInterlinguaLingua Franca NovaIdo

Question 9: In ________, "ch" represents [x], as opposed to "ch", which stands for [ç].
Voiced labiodental fricativeConsonantRheinische DokumentaGlottal stop

Question 10: Ch in ________ labels a syllabic sound /x/ (/ɣ/ in voiced position).
Polish languageSlovak languageCzech languageBulgarian language







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