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Who were Chaucer's two examples of humble Christians? The pardoner and the knight The nun's priest and the cook The prioress and the miller The parson and the plowman
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User: Who were Chaucer's two examples of humble Christians? The pardoner and the knight The nun's priest and the cook The prioress and the miller The parson and the plowman

Weegy: The answers are The nun's priest and the cook and The prioress and the miller
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User: Scops changed the stories as they were told. True False

Weegy: False. The scop served as a kind of historian and preserver of the oral tradition of the Germanic peoples.
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User: Chaucer was an outstanding author of the thirteenth century. True False





Weegy: True he was born in 1343-1400
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User: Chaucer's Cantebury Tales is an example of a frame story. True False



Weegy: True
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