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Question 1: Languages with ________ such as Chinese and Japanese lack any significant grammatical number at all, though they are likely to have plural personal pronouns.
Gender-neutral pronounMeasure wordClusivityClassifier (linguistics)

Question 2: Plural, commonly ________ pl, is a grammatical number, typically referring to more than one of the referent in the real world.
Acronym and initialismEnglish languageUnited StatesAbbreviation

Question 3: Some other grammatical numbers present in various languages include trial (for three objects) and ________ (for an imprecise but small number of objects).
Noun classGrammatical numberGrammatical genderClusivity

Question 4: In Serbo-Croatian (in addition to the paucal for numbers 2–4), several nouns have alternate forms for counting plural and collective plural (the latter being treated as a ________).
ClusivityAuxiliary verbPreposition and postpositionCollective noun

Question 5: ________ (also known as Old Slavic), which is close to Proto-Slavic, had dual form not only for nouns, but also for verbs, almost like Sanskrit.
Serbo-Croatian languageMacedonian languageCroatian languageOld Church Slavonic

Question 6: In English, mass nouns and ________ have plurals in less common instances.
Preposition and postpositionAdjectiveArticle (grammar)Noun

Question 7: Latin, though high inflectional and close to Proto-Indo-European, lacks dual form and some say that the ancestor of the Italic languages or even of Italic and ________ had lost it.
Pan-CelticismCeltic languagesCeltic nationsCelts

Question 8: In the ________, singular and plural are the only grammatical numbers.
South AfricaCanadaAmerican EnglishEnglish language

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