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Khmer script: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: Khmer also has a number of ________, which can change the series of the consonant or change the pronunciation of the vowel.
Latin-derived alphabetAcute accentTypographic ligatureDiacritic

Question 2: Its directionality is horizontal left-to-right, like the ________.
Latin alphabetRunic alphabetPhoenician alphabetArabic alphabet

Question 3: For some phonemes in ________, the Khmer writing system has 'created' supplementary consonants.
German languageLoanwordEnglish languageFrench language

Question 4: The Khmer script uses several unique punctuation marks as well as some borrowed from the Latin script such as the ________.
Question markTildeAt signExclamation mark

Question 5: The Khmer script (អក្ខរក្រមខេមរភាសា; âkkhârâkrâm khémârâ phéasa, informally aksar Khmer; អក្សរខ្មែរ) is used to write the Khmer language which is the official language of ________.
CanadaPapua New GuineaCambodiaMalaysia

Question 6: The ________ range for Khmer consists of two ranges: U+1780 ...
Universal Character SetUnicodeUTF-8Han unification

Question 7: To account for this, each consonant belongs to one of two series, and the vowel produced depends on which series the consonant belongs to (making it an ________ rather than a true alphabet).
Malayalam scriptDevanagariBrāhmī scriptAbugida

Question 8: It is generally thought that the Khmer script developed from the ________ of India.
Malayalam scriptGrantha scriptBengali scriptBrāhmī script

Question 9: The Khmer alphabet has fewer symbols for vowels than the language has vowel ________.
PhonologyEnglish orthographyPhonemeInternational Phonetic Alphabet
















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