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Knight is an example of an Anglicized word. True False User: You listen to the top ten on the radio while cleaning your closet. passive active
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Knight is an example of an Anglicized word. This is FALSE.

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TRUE - No set rule exists to determine how many sentences should be in a paragraph.
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pretentious full of pretension quality of pretension characterized by pretension pertaining to pretension
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solicitude capable of being solicitous pertaining to solicitous characterized by being solicitous act of being solicitous
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Solicitude: act of being solicitous.
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The ____ on the plane needed repair. propel propeller propellant
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