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inverted word order, unclearpronouns,and variable spellings are characteristics of what type of english?

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    Hard to understand?

    Mangled?

    Slang or "vernacular"?

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    this are the choices
    A. old english
    B. Elizabeth English
    C. Gothic English
    D. Middle English

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    The older the English, the less reliable the spelling, grammar, etc., are. I'd say all of the above -- and the hardest to read would be Old English.

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