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5. (solve as per the direction given above) A. This is one of the reasons that texts in Early Modern English are comprehensible even though English has shifted certain word orders.

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  1. Is everybody trying to call me stupid?
  2. P.S.
  3. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence.
  4. I will have helped him.D.
  5. We read from left to right!Click to expand...

Reply Huygir -May 5, 2016 - 12:56 pm wait… not "avocadi" ?!? And Fandango, glad to hear someone is real, but the riddle was a one time thing really. I would simply say that the answer is "nothing is wrong". Ucds Students Find The Error Reply Dan -July 25, 2016 - 11:25 am The "th" in "thaw" forces the air past the tongue and teeth more than the "th" in "mother".

but where did that fall in with ‘it's' haha Reply Scott -April 1, 2016 - 4:27 pm Forgive me Mihaly, I thought your reply was to the reply above. That's because the list is a red herring, intended to divert attention away from the real error. So what I'm getting to is that you perhaps feel, ‘you wish you knew that much'- so to speak, about the English language. http://a1computer.org/find-the/find-the-error-1-20-answer.php Hence "when you click “post “, the answer will be really obvious".

Thus, yu becomes you. Spanish is considered easy, at least to speak, to many Americans because they often hear it around them and it's a related language. stephen schroer -June 30, 2016 - 8:06 Is it that everything's repeated? who shall inherit the earth.D.

This has nothing to do with math, and works by the same reasoning as the preceding example; it just takes the all-curvy-line letters, instead of the all-straight-line letters.. All those idiosyncrasies and spellings that are not phonetic, etc. In tough, the gh is preceeded by ou.