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1. C. (the first Old English literary works date from the mid-7th century)
2. C. (difficult for Modern English speakers to understand without study).

Well, when you are knowledgeable on this subject that you don't even have to read it carefully to choose the answer...

1. C
2. C

1. C

The 7th century = the mid-7th century
The earliest examples of creative writing = the first Old English literary works
Come from that time = date from
2. C

Largely indecipherable to English speakers nowadays = difficult for Modern English speakers to study without study

1. C
2. B

1. C (earliest examples of creative writing = first Old English literary works)

2. C (largely indecipherable to English speakers nowadays = difficult for Modern English speakers to understand)

1.c
2.c

C
C

1. C
2. C

C
B

C
C

1.c
2.B

1. C
2. C

1. C ( the first Old English literary works date from the mid-7th century.)
2. C (Old English is very different from Modern English and difficult for Modern English speakers to understand without study)

C
C

1.C
2.C

1. C
2. C

Double c

c c

A,C

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

C
C

A few people have already explained the reasons for these answers in the comments above.

C/c

1- C
2- C

1.C (synonym of creative writing = literary)
2.c

1.C
2.C

Thanks Simon,
1.C
2.C

1.c
2.c

thank you!

1 c
2c

1.C
2.C

===Thank you.

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