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Early English is a combination of A. Celtic, Germanic, and Latin influences. B. Eastern and Western influences. C. French, American, and German influences. D. Latin, scientific, and church influences.
Early English is a combination of Celtic, Germanic, and Latin influences.
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Early English is a combination of Celtic, Germanic, and Latin influences.
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