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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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No set rule exists to determine how many sentences should be in a paragraph. True False User: Etymology is not reflected in spelling. True False
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TRUE - No set rule exists to determine how many sentences should be in a paragraph.
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solicitude capable of being solicitous pertaining to solicitous characterized by being solicitous act of being solicitous
Weegy: Solicitous adj. Disposed to solicit; eager to obtain something desirable, or to avoid anything evil; concerned; anxious; careful. [ "Solicitous of my reputation." "He was solicitous for his advice." "Enjoy the present, whatsoever it be, and be not solicitous about the future." "The colonel had been intent upon other things, and not enough solicitous to finish the fortifications." ] (More)
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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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The man was not given ____ to the store. admittance admitance both
Weegy: The man was not given ADMITTANCE to the store. User: Select the correct rule when adding a suffix to the following word. select double the final t do not double the final t Weegy: admittance (More)
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The correct rule when adding a suffix to the word "select" - do NOT double the final t - e.g. SELECTED, SELECTING.
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