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England had three dialects of Middle English.
England had three dialects of Middle English. This statement is False. Middle English had five dialects: Northern, Southern, Kentish, East-Midland, and West-Midland.
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England had three dialects of Middle English.
This statement is False. Middle English had five dialects: Northern, Southern, Kentish, East-Midland, and West-Midland.
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