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Ido: Quiz


Question 1: Foreign words that have a restricted sense and are not likely to be used in everyday life (such as the word intifada to refer to the conflict between ________ and Palestine) are left untouched, and often written in italics.
United StatesGreeceIsraelArmenia

Question 2:
Who out of the following people is credited as a creator of Ido?
GMA Entertainment Tv Group
A group of reformist Esperanto speakers
Alta Productions Group
Castle Media Group

Question 3:
When was the Ido?
December 2009

Question 4: 2004: ________, Ukraine, 17 participants from 9 countries (Raporto)

Question 5:

Question 6: 2008: ________-Neviges, Germany, participants from 5 countries (Information)

Question 7: Castricum), ________, 19 participants from 7 countries

Question 8: 1991: Ostend, ________, 21 participants
SpainBelgiumDenmarkUnited Kingdom

Question 9: 2007: Paris, ________, 14 participants from 9 countries (Information, Photo)
FranceCanadaItalyUnited Kingdom

Question 10: Ido (pronounced /ˈiːdo/) is a ________ created with the goal of becoming a universal second language for speakers of different linguistic backgrounds as a language easier to learn than ethnic languages.
InterlinguaEsperantoInternational auxiliary languageConstructed language

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