Language Families - Tile Select #1

Select the languages that are members of each language family.
All language classifications are according to Glottolog.
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Last updated: July 17, 2021
First submittedJuly 16, 2021
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Question 1 of 4
Indo-European languages
Albanian
Hungarian
Spanish
Telugu
Russian
Armenian
Greek
Hindi
Basque
French
Welsh
Bengali
Persian
Turkish
Maltese
Afrikaans
English
Finnish
German
Latin
Question 2 of 4
Afro-Asiatic languages
Arabic
Tigrinya
Swahili
Hebrew
Maltese
Sumerian
Aramaic
Phoenician
Fula (Fulani)
Egyptian
Kurdish
Turkish
Somali
Akkadian
Tuareg
Persian
Hausa
Amharic
Tamazight
Oromo
Question 3 of 4
Atlantic–Congo languages (which may be part of a broader Niger–Congo family)
Fula (Fulani)
Kinyarwanda
Xhosa
Chewa (Nyanja)
Akan
Mossi (Mooré)
Hausa
Afrikaans
Malagasy
Zulu
Amharic
Sotho
Swahili
Yoruba
Arabic
Luo
Rundi (Kirundi)
Igbo
Somali
Shona
Question 4 of 4
Uralic languages
Chechen
Swedish
Estonian
Lithuanian
Ossetian
Mongolian
Norwegian
Kyrgyz
Russian
Finnish
Udmurt
Latvian
Sámi
Karelian
Hungarian
Moksha
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Level 42
Aug 14, 2021
i really liked it. well done
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Level 66
Aug 15, 2021
Pardon my ignorance but is Egyptian different than Arabic ?
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Level 65
Aug 16, 2021
Arabic (Masri) is the main language of Egypt today. But it's completely different from the Egyptian language that was spoken in various forms for 4000 years from the Old Kingdom period through the Middle Ages. It's a dead language now, but the most recent form, Coptic, is still used as a liturgical language by the Coptic Orthodox Church.
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Level 47
Jul 17, 2022
if you meant Coptic by "Egyptian", could you edit that? Or if you meant "Ancient Egyptian", adding that instead of vague "Egyptian" could be helpful. It's very confusing now. Thanks!