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Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. Both of the Grimm brothers studied law. B. The Brothers Grimm were not really brothers, they were friends. C. Both of the Grimm brothers
contributed to the field of linguistics. D. The Brothers Grimm were German librarians and professors.
The FALSE statement is: D. The Brothers Grimm were German librarians and professors. Jacob was the only librarian and Wilhelm is the only professor.
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User: Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. Both of the Grimm brothers studied law. B. The Brothers Grimm were not really brothers, they were friends. C. Both of the Grimm brothers contributed to the field of linguistics. D. The Brothers Grimm were German librarians and professors.

Weegy: The FALSE statement is: D. The Brothers Grimm were German librarians and professors. Jacob was the only librarian and Wilhelm is the only professor.
andrewpallarca|Points 29034|

User: The following question refers to the fairy tale “Godfather Death” by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. Which of the following is NOT a description of Death from the story? A. Death is sick and frail. B. Death has ice-cold hands. C. Death has withered fists. D. Death has withered legs.

Weegy: What story is this from? Please be more specific so we can accurately answer this question.
paral|Points 5538|

User: The following question refers to the fairy tale “Godfather Death” by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. Which of the following is NOT a description of Death from the story? A. Death is sick and frail. B. Death has ice-cold hands. C. Death has withered fists. D. Death has withered legs.

Weegy: What story is this from? Please be more specific so we can accurately answer this question.
paral|Points 5538|

User: Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. Etymology is the study of word origins. B. Etymology looks at the earliest known use of a word. C. Etymology looks at changes in form and use over time. D. Etymology is the study of the oral language of fairy tales.

Weegy: The FALSE statement is: D. Etymology is the study of the oral language of fairy tales.
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User: The following question refers to the fairy tale “Godfather Death” by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. In the story, the life-lights of mankind are __________. A. stars B. candles C. torches D. herbs

Weegy: The following question refers to the fairy tale “Godfather Death” by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. In the story, the life-lights of mankind are B. candles.
Expert answered|chantalsantos|Points 507|

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