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True/False – The following sentence is an example of inclusive language. The Spanish Armada sailed to England in 1588 C.E.
Spanish Armada was another name for the Spanish Navy in 1588. The answer is True.
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The following sentence is an example of inclusive language. The Spanish Armada sailed to England in 1588 C.E. FALSE.
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The following sentence is an example of inclusive language. The Spanish Armada sailed to England in 1588 C.E. TRUE. C.E. is inclusive language because it does not assume Christianity.
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I believe this is an example of inclusive language because of the use of C.E. (non-Christian).
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