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Eth: Quiz


Question 1: In the Icelandic and Faroese ________, ð follows d.
Arabic alphabetAlphabetLatin alphabetGreek alphabet

Question 2: history palaeography derivations diacritics punctuation numerals Unicode list of letters ________
ISO/IEC 646ANSI escape codeISO/IEC 8859ISO/IEC 8859-16

Question 3: (The IPA symbol for the ________ is θ.)
Voiced dental fricativeVoiceless dental fricativeVoiceless alveolar fricativeVoiced postalveolar fricative

Question 4: Eth (Ð, ð; also spelled edh or ) is a letter used in Old English, Icelandic, Faroese (in which it is called edd), and ________.
Swedish languageDalecarlianElfdalianSweden

Question 5: It was also used in Scandinavia during the ________, but was subsequently replaced with dh and later d.
Late Middle AgesEarly Middle AgesMiddle AgesHigh Middle Ages

Question 6: In Icelandic, ð represents a ________ like th in English "them", but it never appears as the first letter of a word.
Voiceless dental fricativeVoiced dental fricativeVoiceless alveolar fricativeVoiced alveolar fricative

Question 7: The lowercase version has retained the curved shape of a ________ scribe's d, which d itself in general has not.
High Middle AgesLate Middle AgesEarly Middle AgesMiddle Ages

Question 8: It has also been labeled an "interdental fricative."[1]
This Icelandic representation can be used for the consonant "" in देवनागरी in Devanagari script as a voiced dental fricative in ________.
International Phonetic AlphabetVoiceless alveolar fricativeVelar nasalX-SAMPA

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