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I (Cyrillic): Quiz


Question 1: Later, the middle stroke turned counterclockwise which made the modern form similar to the mirrored ________'s capital <N> (this is why <И> is used in faux Cyrillic typography).
Runic alphabetArabic alphabetPhoenician alphabetLatin alphabet

Question 2: None of these above-mentioned combinations is considered as a separate letter of respective alphabet, but one of them (<Ѝ>) has an individual code position in ________.
Universal Character SetUTF-8UnicodeHan unification

Question 3: Since the 1930s, <и> has been the tenth letter of the ________, and in Russian it represents /i/, like the i in machine.
Russian alphabetRussian phonologyRussian orthographyCyrillic alphabet

Question 4: The letter <и> is the eleventh letter of the ________.
Cyrillic alphabetRussian alphabetRusyn languageUkrainian alphabet

Question 5: In the ________ there was little or no distinction between the letters <И> (izhe) and <І> (i), descended from the Greek letters <Η> (eta) and <Ι> (iota).
Macedonian orthographyGlagolitic alphabetMacedonian languageEarly Cyrillic alphabet

Question 6: Stressed variants are sometimes (in special texts, like dictionaries, or to prevent ambiguity) graphically marked by acute, grave, double grave, or ________ accent marks.
MacronUmlaut (diacritic)CircumflexDiacritic

Question 7: Serbian <и> with a circumflex can be unstressed as well; in this case, it represent the ________ of plural forms and is used to distinguish them from other similar forms.
Grammatical caseAccusative caseGenitive caseVocative case

Question 8: И is derived from the Greek letter eta (<Η, η> representing /ɛː/ in ________ and /i/ in Modern Greek).
Aeolic GreekDoric GreekAncient GreekAttic Greek


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