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Question 1: Other elements of the field of orthography are hyphenation, ________, word breaks and punctuation.
German languageCapitalizationSpanish languageFrench language

Question 2: Korean ________ has changed over the centuries from a highly phonemic to a largely morpho-phonemic orthography, and there are moves in Turkey to make that script more morpho-phonemic as well.
Brāhmī scriptHangulHebrew alphabetAlphabet

Question 3: Most languages of western Europe (which are written with the Latin alphabet), as well as the modern Greek language (written with the ________), have defective scripts.
Hebrew alphabetPhoenician alphabetGreek alphabetSyriac alphabet

Question 4: Phonemic awareness page of the CTER ________
WikiWiki softwareCollaborative softwareBlog

Question 5: A phonemic orthography is an orthography that has a dedicated symbol or sequence of symbols for each ________ (distinctive speech sound) and vice versa, that is, graphemes and phonemes are bijective functions of one another.
PhonologyPhonemeInternational Phonetic AlphabetEnglish orthography

Question 6: The orthography of a language specifies the correct way of using a specific ________ to write the language.
AlphabetArabic alphabetWriting systemLatin alphabet

Question 7: While "orthography" colloquially is often used synonymously with ________, spelling is only part of orthography.
Functional illiteracyAlphabetic principlePhonicsSpelling

Question 8: An orthography may be described as "efficient" if it has one grapheme per ________ (distinctive speech sound) and vice versa.
International Phonetic AlphabetPhonemeEnglish orthographyPhonology

Question 9: orthography of ________
Middle EnglishGreat Vowel ShiftMiddle High GermanOld English

Question 10: The syllabary systems of Japanese (________ and katakana) are examples of shallow orthography.


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