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Select all words from this list that have an Anglo-Saxon origin. mother, father, friend, sheep, he, aroma, me, president, decade, sphere, the, pizza
words that have an Anglo-Saxon origin includes: MOTHER, FATHER, FRIEND and HE.
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User: Select all words from this list that have an Anglo-Saxon origin. mother, father, friend, sheep, he, aroma, me, president, decade, sphere, the, pizza

Weegy: words that have an Anglo-Saxon origin includes: MOTHER, FATHER, FRIEND and HE.
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User: Which of these best characterizes the language spoken in England between 1066 and 1300? It varied, depending on class and influence. Most spoke French and Latin. It was a blend of French and the Germanic languages. Anglo-Saxon predominated. Question #43MultipleSelect Score: Which of these are characteristic of "courtly love"? Select all that apply. idealisticdidacticillicitjealousbravesupernaturalreligioussufferingcourteoushonorable Question #44TextMultipleChoice Score: Chaucer worked as a writer and in a variety of government positionsfor the Bishop of Canterburyas a manager of a large estateas a middle-class merchant . Question #45MultipleChoice Score: The vowel sounds that are most different in Middle English from their sound in Modern English are _____ and _____. short/longshort /diphthongsschwa/longlong /diphthongs Question #46MultipleChoice Score: Who was the "holy blissful martyr" whose shrine serves as the destination for Chaucer's pilgrims in The Canterbury Tales? William of NormandyHenry BeauclercThomas à BecketRichard the Lion-Hearted Question #47MultipleChoice Score: Read the excerpt from "The General Prologue" to The Canterbury Tales. But natheless, while I have time and space, Ere that I farther in this tale pace, Me thinketh it accordant to reason, To tell you alle the condition Of each of them, so as it seemed me, And which they weren, and of what degree; And eke in what array that they were in. According to this passage, what is Chaucer about to reveal? his tale about a pilgrimage just like the one he is now onhis observations about who each pilgrim is, what his/her position in society is, and what he/she looks likehis reasons for going on this pilgrimage to Canterburyhis annoyance with the host for interrupting his tale Question #48MultipleChoice Score: Based on their descriptions in "The General Prologue," what is the flaw in both the Prioress's and the Monk's characters? their attraction to worldly thingstheir immoralitytheir love of rich foodstheir unorthodox accent Question #49MultipleChoice Score: Read the excerpt from "The Nun's Priest's Tale." If you beguile me, having done so once, You shall no more, with any flattery, Cause me to sing and close up either eye. For he who shuts his eyes when he should see, And wilfully, God let him ne'er be free! Which best identifies the speaker and the context of this excerpt? Chanticleer is telling Pertelote about his dream of being killed by a beast.Pertelote is flattering Chanticleer, telling him to sing and his beautiful voice will help him forget his bad dream.Chanticleer is telling the fox he (Chanticleer) will not fall for the fox's flattery a second time.The fox is telling Chanticleer that Chanticleer has a beautiful voice and the fox is not trying to trick him with flattery. Question #50MultipleChoice Score: Which of these do "The Nun's Priest's Tale" and Pearl have in common? Both were written by Chaucer.Both are dream-visions.Both are elegies.Both are mock-heroic.

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