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Everyone agree/agrees that language is always changing/changing always. For example, words often disappear after a few years and new ones- especially among teenagers and young adults- are appearing/have appeared all the time. But speakers of English are using/have been using certain words for/since tens of thousands of years. That's what researchers at the University of Reading now believe/are believing.

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Why, yes... yes, I can.  Thanks for asking!

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