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Question 1: The Qamus al-Muhit is the first handy dictionary in Arabic, which includes only words and their definitions, eliminating the supporting examples used in such dictionaries as the Lisan and the ________.
Oxford English DictionaryAmerican and British English spelling differencesJames Murray (lexicographer)United Kingdom

Question 2: The earliest in the ________ were glossaries of French, Italian or Latin words along with definitions of the foreign words in English.
English languageAmerican EnglishCanadaSouth Africa

Question 3: [2] The early 2nd millennium BCE Urra=hubullu glossary is the canonical ________ version of such bilingual Sumerian wordlists.
MesopotamiaBabyloniaAssyriaAkkadian Empire

Question 4: Following the description in The Bilingual LSP Dictionary ________ categorize specialized dictionaries into three types.
List of lexicographersMorphology (linguistics)Linguistic prescriptionLanguage for specific purposes dictionary

Question 5: [2] The first ________ dictionary, the Amarakośa, was written by Amara Sinha ca.

Question 6: The oldest known dictionaries were ________ cuneiform tablets with bilingual Sumerian-Akkadian wordlists, discovered in Ebla (modern Syria) and dated roughly 2300 BCE.
Abbasid CaliphateAkkadian EmpireBabyloniaNeo-Assyrian Empire

Question 7: According to the Nihon Shoki, the first ________ was the long-lost 682 CE Niina glossary of Chinese characters.
KanjiDai Kan-Wa jitenJapanese dictionaryChinese dictionary

Question 8: Johnson's Dictionary remained the English-language standard for over 150 years, until the Oxford University Press began writing and releasing the ________ in short fascicles from 1884 onwards.
United KingdomAmerican and British English spelling differencesOxford English DictionaryJames Murray (lexicographer)

Question 9: ________'s An American Dictionary of the English Language (prescriptive)
Webster's DictionaryNoah WebsterNew Haven, ConnecticutConnecticut

Question 10: Glosary of dictionary terms by the ________
United KingdomOxford University PressLondonJohn Fell (clergyman)

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