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Indo-European ablaut: Quiz

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Question 1: See main article: ________.
Proto-Indo-European particleProto-Indo-European pronounProto-Indo-European numeralsIndo-European copula

Question 2: There are many kinds of vowel gradation in English and other languages, and these are discussed generally in the article ________.
InflectionApophonyGrammatical numberTone (linguistics)

Question 3: A fuller description of ablaut operating in English, German and Dutch verbs and of the historical factors governing these can be found at the article ________.
Preterite-present verbGermanic weak verbGermanic strong verbArticle (grammar)

Question 4: The same phenomenon is displayed in the verb tables of ________, Ancient Greek and Sanskrit.
LatinVulgar LatinRoman EmpireOld Latin

Question 5: (For the general phenomenon, see ________.) An example of ablaut in English is the strong verb sing, sang, sung and its related noun song.
Grammatical numberTone (linguistics)ApophonyInflection

Question 6: [1] It has been shown that it seems to be highly likely that Early PIE was of the root-inflexional morphological type, as was Proto-Semitic (see also ________).
Indo-European studiesCentum-Satem isoglossProto-Indo-European languageArmenian language

Question 7: For more details on these reconstructions, see Proto-Indo-European, Laryngeal theory and ________.
English languageRomance languagesSanskritComparative method

Question 8: In ________, the term ablaut designates a system of vowel gradation (i.e.
SemanticsLinguisticsPragmaticsLanguage







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