International auxiliary language: Quiz

Question 1: (Note that the term "naturalistic" as used in auxiliary language scholarship does not mean the same thing as the homophonous term used in describing ________.
Fictional languageInterlinguaArtistic languageConstructed language

Question 2: ________ did likewise, with a stronger dependence of Greek roots.
EsperantoLingua Franca NovaGlosaInterlingua

Question 3: A simple sign language called Plains Indian Sign Language was used by ________.
Pre-Columbian eraIndigenous peoples of the AmericasModels of migration to the New WorldClassification of indigenous peoples of the Americas

Question 4: Sona and ________ are well known examples, although Toki Pona is not primarily a priori.
LojbanInterlinguaToki PonaEsperanto

Question 5: This language was developed from about 1878-1887, and published in that year, by ________.
Esperanto etymologyEsperantoL. L. ZamenhofWorld Congress of Esperanto

Question 6: A wide variety of other auxlangs were devised and proposed in the 1880s-1900s, but none except Esperanto gathered a speaker community until ________.
IdoLingua Franca NovaEsperantidoInterlingua

Question 7: ________ is not to be confused with the separate and unrelated sign language Signuno, which is essentially a Signed Exact Esperanto.
ISO 639-2Creole languageInternational SignInternational auxiliary language

Question 8: Although a posteriori languages have been based on most of the families of European languages, the most successful of these (notably ________ and Interlingua) have been based largely on Romance and/or Latin elements.
Esperanto grammarEsperantidoEsperantoReformed Esperanto

Question 9: Some have ethnic morphemes but alter them significantly to fit a simplified phonotactic pattern(e.g., Volapük, ________) or both artificial and natural morphemes (e.g., Perio).
InterlinguaToki PonaLojbanEsperanto

Question 10: Logical languages, for example, Loglan and ________, aim to eliminate ambiguity.
Toki PonaLojbanInterlinguaEsperanto

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