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Question 1: For example, before 1989, the IPA symbols for ________ were ʘ, ʇ, ʗ, and ʖ, all of which were derived either from existing symbols, or from Latin and Greek letters.
Click consonantTaa languageLateral consonantEjective consonant

Question 2:
Which of the following languages is spoken in International Phonetic Alphabet?
Used for phonetic and phonemic transcription of any language

Question 3: A series of alveolar plosives ranging from an open to a closed glottis ________ are:
VoicelessModal voicePhonationVoice (phonetics)

Question 4: IPA chart with ________ sound files for all IPA symbols on the chart (limited version is available to anyone)
Audio compression (data)MPEG-1MP3Advanced Audio Coding

Question 5:
What type is thing is International Phonetic Alphabet?
Partially featural alphabet

Question 6:
What family does International Phonetic Alphabet belong to?
Western Mande
Phonotypic alphabet
Subgroup VIII

Question 7: There are two principal types of ________ used to set off IPA transcriptions:
BracketSemicolonAsteriskSlash (punctuation)

Question 8: The IPA is designed to represent only those qualities of speech that are distinctive in spoken language: ________, intonation, and the separation of words and syllables.
PhonemeInternational Phonetic AlphabetEnglish orthographyPhonology

Question 9: Since the IPA uses symbols that are outside the ________ character set, several systems have been developed that map the IPA symbols to ASCII characters.
Code page 437ASCIIISO/IEC 8859-1Windows-1252

Question 10: Online keyboard with ________ sound files for IPA symbols
MP3Advanced Audio CodingAudio compression (data)MPEG-1


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