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Sino-Tibetan languages: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1:
Which out of the following is a child of Sino-Tibetan languages?
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Dinka-Nuer
Korandabo
Kradai

Question 2:
What family does Sino-Tibetan languages belong to?
A primary language family
derived from Danish Sign Language
One of the world's major language families.
Unknown. Possibly in the French Sign Language family.

Question 3:
What region does Sino-Tibetan languages belong to?

Question 4: Nathan Brown used the term in 1837 for all "Oriental" languages except for ________ and Dravidian (but including Korean and Japanese, as well as the languages of the Pacific islands).
BurushaskiMayan languagesNivkh languageAltaic languages

Question 5: The Sino-Tibetan languages form a language family composed of, at least, the Chinese and the Tibeto-Burman languages, including some 250 languages of ________, Southeast Asia and parts of South Asia.
Far EastEast AsiaCentral AsiaPacific Ocean

Question 6: Sagart (2005) suggests that Sino-Tibetan is ultimately related to ________.
Austro-TaiHmong-Mien languagesChinese languageAustronesian languages

Question 7: They point to an absence of regular sound correspondences, an absence of reconstructable shared morphology,[2] and evidence that much shared lexical material has been borrowed from Chinese into ________.
Hmong-Mien languagesTibeto-Burman languagesDravidian languagesSino-Tibetan languages

Question 8: The Burmese and Bhutanese peoples mostly live in Myanmar (Burma) and ________.
MalaysiaCambodiaUnited Arab EmiratesBhutan

Question 9: In the past, Vietnamese and other Mon-Khmer languages were classified under the Sino-Tibetan tree, however, their similarities to Chinese are currently credited to ________.
Stratum (linguistics)English languageFrench languageLanguage contact

Question 10: He noted that the Burmese, Tibetan, and Chinese all shared common basic ________, but that Thai and Vietnamese were quite different.
VocabularyWordDefining vocabularyBilingual dictionary
















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