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The Library of Congress system is used by libraries to classify books. true or false
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User: The Library of Congress system is used by libraries to classify books. true or false

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User: American English tends to preserve words that are obsolete in England. True False

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American English tends to preserve words that are obsolete in England. This is TRUE.

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