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Czech alphabet: Quiz


Question 1: The háček ( ˇ ) indicates historical ________ of the base letter.
Consonant mutationTone (linguistics)PalatalizationEpenthesis

Question 2: In ________, several different coding standards have existed for this alphabet, among them:
ComputerPersonal computerCentral processing unitLinux

Question 3: Most of the diacritic letters were added to the alphabet through reforms brought about by ________ at the beginning of the 15th century to replace the digraphs and trigraphs used to write Czech sounds that had no equivalent in the Latin alphabet.
Catholic ChurchJan HusPragueHussite

Question 4: The prevalence of single-square ch in crosswords declined somewhat with the widespread use of computers in the ________[1].
SlovakiaHungaryCzech RepublicPoland

Question 5: * - the letters Ě and Ů are practically never ________; because they cannot occur at the beginning of any word.
Spanish languageCapitalizationFrench languageGerman language

Question 6: The ________ (čárka) letters (Á, É, Í, Ó, Ú, Ý) and Ů indicate long vowels.
Grave accentCircumflexDiacriticAcute accent

Question 7: The Czech alphabet is a version of the ________, used when writing Czech.
Phoenician alphabetRunic alphabetArabic alphabetLatin alphabet

Question 8: Its basic principles are "one sound - one letter" and the addition of ________ marks above letters to represent sounds alien to Latin.
Typographic ligatureAcute accentLatin-derived alphabetDiacritic


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