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In Middle English, h and gn are not silent in words of French origin. True or False
Sir/Madam, The answer is "True"
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User: In Middle English, h and gn are not silent in words of French origin. True or False

Weegy: Sir/Madam, The answer is "True"
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User: Chaucer's language was the language of London. True False

Weegy: Sir/Madam, The answer is True
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User: (Medieval English Literature Canterbury Tales) Which three are members of the chivalric and military group? the squire, the sergeant of law, the knight, the yeoman, the merchant

Weegy: Sir/Madam, The answer is "the sergeant of law, the knight, the yeoman, the merchant "
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User: (Medieval English Literature Canterbury Tales) Chaucer's intention was for each traveler to tell how many tales? one, two, three, four

Weegy: Sir/Madam, The answer is "two"
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User: (Medieval English Literature Canterbury Tales) Which ones are members of the regular clergy? the prioress, the nun's priest, the clerk, the friar, the monk, the parson, the second nun, the yeoman

Weegy: The answer is "the prioress, the nun's priest"
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User: (Medieval English Literature Canterbury Tales) shrine at Canterbury? Thomas a Becket, Chaucer, Prologue

Weegy: Thomas a Becket
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