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The word "pen" comes from the Latin word "pinna" which means a feather (as they use to write with) with ink.

This is my short essay on a word.

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    One sentence is not an essay. If your teacher wants just one sentence, then your answer is o.k.

    You'll need to write a lot more for this to be an essay.

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    Thanks! And my teacher does want this small.

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