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Q: Try to translate these lines from the poem: "Bot wold ye, lady louely, then leue me grante Nay, for sothe, beau sir, sayd that swete"
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User: Try to translate these lines from the poem: "Bot wold ye, lady louely, then leue me grante Nay, for sothe, beau sir, sayd that swete"

User: In a medieval poem titled Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, the Green Knight addresses King Arthur as "thou." This usage is technically inappropriate because the appropriate pronoun form for addressing the king was ___ , not "thou."





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