Portuguese language: Quiz


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Question 1: No data is available for Cape Verde, but almost all the population is bilingual, and the monolingual population speaks ________.
Barlavento IslandsCape Verdean PortugueseCape Verdean CreoleSotavento Islands

Question 2: There are also significant populations of Portuguese speakers in Canada (mainly concentrated in and around Toronto),[22] ________[23] and the Netherlands Antilles.
AnguillaBermudaCayman IslandsBritish Virgin Islands

Question 3: By the 16th century, it had become a ________ in Asia and Africa, used not only for colonial administration and trade but also for communication between local officials and Europeans of all nationalities.
TurkeyLingua francaMalaysiaAzerbaijan

Question 4: (________ has a similar phenomenon, with alveolar affricates instead of postalveolars.
Acadian FrenchQuebec FrenchFrench languageCanadian French

Question 5: Today, Portuguese is the official language of ________, Brazil (190.6 million),[8] Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Portugal (10.6 million),[9] São Tomé and Príncipe and Mozambique.
East TimorMaldivesMadagascarAngola

Question 6: Differences between dialects are mostly of accent and ________, but between the Brazilian dialects and other dialects, especially in their most colloquial forms, there can also be some grammatical differences.
Defining vocabularyBilingual dictionaryVocabularyWord

Question 7: Arriving in the ________ in 216 BC, the Romans brought with them the Latin language, from which all Romance languages descend.
HispaniaSpainPrehistoric IberiaIberian Peninsula

Question 8:
Who of the following spoke at the Portuguese language?
over 10 million
3u20134 million
38 million native , 9, million as a second language
Native: u2248210 million

Question 9:
What family does Portuguese language belong to?

Question 10: There are also five nasal vowels, which some linguists regard as allophones of the oral vowels, ten oral ________, and five nasal diphthongs.
Portuguese phonologyInternational Phonetic AlphabetRomanian phonologyDiphthong

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