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  • one year ago

Most dictionaries include information on the history of the language. True or false?

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  1. anonymous
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    @Poppies Can you help?

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    Sure. Give me a sec.

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    Of what language? The language the word came from or the language that the dictionary is in?

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    In my experience dictionaries will give you the origin of the word and where it comes from in the original language it was drawn from but for where English itself comes from my experience is that it goes either way sometimes but over all i'd say true so... there you are.

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