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Question 1: history palaeography derivations diacritics punctuation numerals Unicode list of letters ________
ISO/IEC 8859-16ISO/IEC 646ANSI escape codeISO/IEC 8859

Question 2: Both initial and final Ps can be combined with many other discrete ________ in English words.
Alveolar consonantVelar consonantPalatal consonantConsonant

Question 3: The ________ code for capital "P" is 80 and for lowercase "p" is 112; or in binary 01010000 and 01110000, respectively.
Code page 437ASCIIISO/IEC 8859-1Windows-1252

Question 4: In English and most other European languages, P is a ________.
Bilabial nasalVoiced bilabial plosiveVoiceless velar plosiveVoiceless bilabial plosive

Question 5: In German, the digraph "pf" is common, representing a labial ________ of /pf/.
Affricate consonantLateral consonantEjective consonantConsonant

Question 6: The Semitic Pê (mouth), as well as the Greek Π or π (Pi), and the Etruscan and Latin letters that developed from the former alphabet, all symbolized /p/, a ________.
Voiced bilabial plosiveVoiceless velar plosiveVoiceless bilabial plosiveBilabial nasal

Question 7: In ________, the capital "P" is codepoint U+0050 and the lower case "p" is U+0070.
Universal Character SetUnicodeHan unificationUTF-8

Question 8: The numeric character references in ________ and XML are "P" and "p" for upper and lower case, respectively.
HTMLPortable Document FormatOpenDocumentECMAScript

Question 9: A common digraph in English is "ph", which represents the ________ /f/, and can be used to transliterate Phi (φ) in loanwords from Greek.
Bilabial nasalVoiceless labiodental fricativeVoiced labiodental fricativeVoiceless velar plosive

Question 10: A common example of assimilation is the tendency of prefixes ending in N to assume an M sound before Ps (such as "in" + "pulse" → "impulse" — see also ________).
Hybrid wordGreek and Latin roots in EnglishList of Latin words with English derivativesClassical compound

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