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According to The Pardoner's Tale, why do the three rioters question the old man? A. They are respectful of his wisdom. B. They find his stories amusing. C. They know he is responsible for their friend's death. D. They think he knows the whereabouts of Death
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User: What was the effect of the Norman conquest on the language of Britain? A. English was no longer spoken B. French replaced Latin C. People spoke French, but most literature was in English D. The upper class spoke French


User: According to The Pardoner's Tale, why do the three rioters question the old man? A. They are respectful of his wisdom. B. They find his stories amusing. C. They know he is responsible for their friend's death. D. They think he knows the whereabouts of Death

Weegy: According to The Pardoner's Tale, the three rioters question the old man because: They think he knows the whereabouts of Death.
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<User: Beowulf was cremated on a funeral pyre with which of the following? A. Beowulf's helmets and shields B. Beowulf's wife C. Grendel's arm D. Grendel's mother's body

Weegy: Beowulf was cremated on a funeral pyre with Beowulf's helmets and shields.
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User: Where does The Pardoner's Tale take place? A. Flanders B. Normandy C. Rome D. Scotland

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The Pardoner's Tale takes place in Flanders.
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The upper class spoke French. -was the effect of the Norman conquest on the language of Britain.
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