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Q: Studying the origins of words or affixes will not help you to become a better reader. True False
A: The answer is False.
Expert answered|rhodgeraban|Points 30|
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Asked 12/1/2012 8:48:28 AM
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Studying the origin of words to grasp meaning is, however, an essential task when studying classic literature. Where did the words in language come from? What do the origins of words say about our culture? And, how do the various meanings of words evolve over time. Read more about word origins: the stories they tell.
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