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Comparative Linguistics Mastery Quiz

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1. What is the goal of comparative linguistics?

2. What term is used to describe changes in a language over time?

3. Which of the following is NOT a level of linguistic comparison in comparative linguistics?

4. In the context of language families, which of the following languages is NOT part of the Indo-European family?

5. What is a 'Proto-language'?

6. What does 'morphological typology' refer to in comparative linguistics?

7. Which principle does comparative linguistics NOT use in reconstructing proto-languages?

8. What concept is key in studying diachronic linguistics?

9. Which of the following best represents the 'Comparative Method' in linguistics?

10. What phenomenon do linguistic universals in comparative linguistics study?