Language and Linguistics MCQ Questions and Answers Quiz

181. /t/, /d/, /n/, /l/, /s/ are

  1. Alveolar
  2. Post-alvoelar
  3. Palatal
  4. Dental

182. A collection of similar Idiolect make up

  1. Dialect
  2. Idiolects
  3. Register
  4. Slang

183. A minimal meaningful unit in the grammatical system of a language is

  1. Syllable
  2. Phoneme
  3. Morpheme
  4. Allomorph

184. A person who can use more than two languages

  1. Multilingual
  2. Poly-lingual
  3. Bilingual
  4. Poly-langual

185. A person who can use two languages is called

  1. Biolingual
  2. Bilingual
  3. Duo-lingual
  4. Duo-langual

186. A person who has the ability to use only one language is called

  1. Monologue
  2. Monolingual
  3. Monologal
  4. None of the above

187. A syllabic division is marked with

  1. A slash
  2. An arrow mark
  3. A hyphen
  4. A vertical bar

188. A unit of speech which is at a level higher than the speech sound or phoneme

  1. Syllable
  2. Stress
  3. Intonation
  4. Pitch

189. According to the height to which the tongue is raised, vowels can be classified into

  1. Round vowels & unrounded vowels
  2. Front vowels & back vowels
  3. High vowels & low vowels
  4. Tense vowels &lax vowels

190. According to the part of the tongue that is raised, vowels can be classified into

  1. Round vowels & unrounded vowels
  2. Front vowels & back vowels
  3. High vowels & low vowels
  4. Tense vowels &lax vowels
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