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Ge (Cyrillic): Quiz

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Question 1: In the Ukrainian and Belarusian languages, <г> is called He, and represents a voiced glottal fricative /ɦ/ (listen)—a voiced counterpart of the English ________.
JZXH

Question 2: In standard Serbian and Macedonian, Ge always represents the voiced velar plosive /ɡ/, i.e., it is pronounced like the ________ in English go.
ZXGJ

Question 3: In the Bulgarian like in Russian it represents a voiced velar plosive except when it is devoiced to [k] word-finally or before a voiceless consonant and represents [ɡʲ] before a ________ vowel.
Consonant mutationPalatalizationTone (linguistics)Epenthesis

Question 4: Ge or He (Г, г, italics: Г, г) is the fourth letter of the ________, representing /ɡ/ or /ɦ/ in different languages.
Cyrillic alphabetPhoenician alphabetGlagolitic alphabetYat

Question 5: In standard Russian, it represents a voiced velar plosive except when it is devoiced to [k] word-finally or before a voiceless consonant and represents [ɡʲ] before a ________ vowel.
Consonant mutationPalatalizationEpenthesisTone (linguistics)







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