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Yes and no: Quiz


Question 1: The words yes and no are not easily classified into any of the eight conventional ________.
Preposition and postpositionLexical categoryClassifier (linguistics)Grammatical particle

Question 2: This is exemplified by the following passage from ________:[13]
OthelloMuch Ado About NothingThe Winter's TaleHamlet

Question 3: ________, The Confutation of Tyndale's Answer, pp.
Thomas MoreJohn FisherCatholic ChurchPope John Paul II

Question 4: When used as back-channel items, he classifies them as interjections; but when they are is used as the responses to a ________, he classifies them as formulaic words.
Chinese languageYes and noEcho answerYes-no question

Question 5: Although sometimes classified as interjections, they do not qualify as such; nor are they ________.
DemonstrativeAdverbInfinitiveArticle (grammar)

Question 6: Although sometimes classified as interjections, these words do not express emotion or act as calls for attention; they are not ________ because they do not qualify any verb, adjective, or adverb.
InfinitiveArticle (grammar)DemonstrativeAdverb

Question 7: William Shakespeare, ________, Act I, Scene I
Much Ado About NothingHamletOthelloThe Winter's Tale

Question 8: No two languages are ________, even at the elementary level of the words for yes and no.
IsomorphismVector spaceBinary relationEquivalence relation

Question 9: Their sounds are a nasal sound (although not always nasal) interrupted by a voiceless breathy interval for yes, and by a ________ for no.
Glottal stopVelar nasalVoiceless glottal fricativePalatal approximant

Question 10: Irish and other ________ do not have any words for "yes" or "no".
Canadian GaelicManx languageScottish GaelicGoidelic languages


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