Hindi: Quiz


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Question 1: ________
Languages of South AsiaDravidian languagesHindiList of languages by number of native speakers in India

Question 2:
Who of the following spoke at the Hindi?
Second language: 120u2013225 million
Second language: 4 million
over 3 million, with 500,000 second language speakers
Second language: 199 – 600 million

Question 3: For example, the sound 'z', which was borrowed from Persian, is represented by ज़ , which is a modification of the letter which represents the sound 'j' ([ɟ] in ________).
International Phonetic AlphabetX-SAMPAVoiceless alveolar fricativeVelar nasal

Question 4: It is the second major language in ________ and it is also spoken alongside regional languages like Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi or Bengali throughout north and central India.
BiharArunachal PradeshWest BengalAndaman and Nicobar Islands

Question 5:

Question 6:
Hindi, Bollywood and Urdu are all:
SOV languages Hindustani Languages of Uttar Pradesh Indo-Aryan languages

Question 7: The tensions reached a peak in the Hindi–Urdu controversy in 1867 in the then United Provinces during the ________.
Bengal PresidencyNorth BorneoBritish RajBritish Empire

Question 8: [7] Official Hindi is often described as ________ which, along with English, is used for administration of the central government.
UrduHindi languagesStandard HindiHindustani language

Question 9: Hindi is a ________ language, meaning that verbs usually fall at the end of the sentence rather than before the object (whereas in English it is often Subject Verb Object).
Agglutinative languageErgative–absolutive languageSubject Object VerbWord order

Question 10:
Hindi, Hindustani language and Bhojpuri language are all:
Dialects of Hindustani Indo-Aryan languages SOV languages Languages of Uttar Pradesh

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