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Question 1: The sound value of the letter was /n/—as in Greek, Etruscan, ________ and all modern languages.
LatinVulgar LatinOld LatinRoman Empire

Question 2: In languages like Italian and French, <gn> represents a ________ (/ɲ/).
Bilabial nasalVoiceless alveolar fricativeVelar nasalPalatal nasal

Question 3: N is the second-most commonly used consonant in the ________ (after T).
English languageAmerican EnglishCanadaSouth Africa

Question 4: A common digraph with <n> is <ng>, which represents a ________ in a variety of languages, usually positioned word-finally in English.
Velar nasalVoiceless velar plosivePalatal approximantBilabial nasal

Question 5: The numeric character references in ________ and XML are "&#78;" and "&#110;" for upper and lower case respectively.
Portable Document FormatOpenDocumentHTMLECMAScript

Question 6: Dental or ________ in virtually all languages that use the Latin alphabet.
Voiceless alveolar fricativeVoiceless velar plosiveAlveolar nasalBilabial nasal

Question 7: However, the name for the letter in the Phoenician, Hebrew, ________ and Arabic alphabets is nun, which means "fish" in some of these languages.
Akkadian languageArabic languageAramaic languageSemitic languages

Question 8: In ________ the capital N is codepoint U+004E and the lower case n is U+006E.
Han unificationUTF-8Universal Character SetUnicode

Question 9: The ________ code for capital N is 78 and for lowercase n is 110; or in binary 01001110 and 01101110, correspondingly.
ISO/IEC 8859-1Code page 437Windows-1252ASCII

Question 10: history palaeography derivations diacritics punctuation numerals Unicode list of letters ________
ISO/IEC 8859-16ISO/IEC 646ISO/IEC 8859ANSI escape code

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