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Chaucer's writings provide examples of our language in transition from Middle English to Modern English. True False
Chaucer's writings provide examples of our language in transition from Middle English to Modern English. TRUE.
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Chaucer's writings provide examples of our language in transition from Middle English to Modern English. TRUE.

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