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Middle English differs from Modern English in pronunciation of long vowels, some diphthongs, and some consonants. true or false
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User: Middle English differs from Modern English in pronunciation of long vowels, some diphthongs, and some consonants. true or false

Weegy: Middle English differs from Modern English in pronunciation of long vowels, some diphthongs, and some consonants. true
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User: England had three dialects of Middle English. true or false

Weegy: Well British English has as many dialects as American or at least very close. But in general people from North East US are closer to British English than those in the South. So that statement is false.
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