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Which of the following statements about dictionaries is not true? A. Definitions and pronunciations are usually included. B. They identify the word specific part of speech. C. All of the words are arranged in alphabetical order. D. Each word is first shown as it is commonly misspelled.
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Each word is first shown as it is commonly misspelled. -is not true about dictionaries.
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Each word is first shown as it is commonly misspelled. -is not true about dictionaries.
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