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"Not never" is an example of a
"Not never" is an example of a double negative.
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Where did the Proto-Indo-European people come from?
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The most popular theory states that the Proto-Indo-European people came from the forest-steppe zone immediately to the north of the western end of the Pontic-Caspian steppe in Eastern Europe.
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The Germanic base of English was brought to England by which of the following groups? Select all that apply. Angles Saxons Romans Normans Jutes Greeks
Weegy: The Germanic language was brought to Britain by the Normans. User: Match the verb to its verb form. 1. to throw infinitive 2. threw past 3. thrown past participle Weegy: 1. to throw - infinitive 2. threw - past 3. thrown - past participle User: Which is not a Celtic language? Welsh Breton Greek Weegy: 3.Greek is not a Celtic User: Select all of the correct forms. (Are, Is) your team ready to take (its, their) place? (More)
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Anglo-Saxon words make up four-fifths of the most commonly used words in our language.
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