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Question 1: The vast majority of modern Iranian Persian and Dari text is written in a form of the ________.
Arabic languageHebrew alphabetArabic alphabetSyriac alphabet

Question 2: Another Latin alphabet, based on the Uniform Turkic alphabet, was used in ________ in the 1920s and 1930s.

Question 3: This period produced world class Persian language poets and the language served, for a long span of time, as the lingua franca of the eastern parts of Islamic world and of the ________.
AsiaIndian subcontinentSouth AsiaAfrica

Question 4:
Who of the following spoke at the Persian language?
ca. 60-70 million, as their mother tongue

Question 5: It took prominence as the language of culture and education in several Muslim courts in ________ and became the sole "official language" under the Mughal emperors.
Punjabi languageIndiaSouth AsiaBrāhmī script

Question 6: Hazaragi (in Afghanistan), Darwazi (In Afghanistan and Tajikistan) and ________ in Pakistan are examples of these dialects.
Pashto languagePersian languageTajik languageKurdish language

Question 7: Tajik, which is considered by some linguists to be a Persian dialect influenced by Russian and the Turkic languages of Central Asia,[50][51] is written with the ________ in Tajikistan (see Tajik alphabet).
Cyrillic alphabetGlagolitic alphabetYatPhoenician alphabet

Question 8: The complex conjugation and ________ of Old Persian yielded to the structure of Middle Persian in which the dual number disappeared, leaving only singular and plural, as did gender.
Genitive caseVocative caseDeclensionGrammatical case

Question 9: Farsi (فارسی / پارسی‎) (transliteration: Fārsi / Pārsi) is the local name of the language in ________.
AzerbaijanIran–Iraq WarIranIraq

Question 10: Although the "middle period" of Iranian languages formally begins with the fall of the ________, the transition from Old- to Middle Persian had probably already begun before the 4th century.
Achaemenid EmpireAlexander the GreatMedesSassanid Empire


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