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# The graph indicates the results of a survey of written material from

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1) London - you exceeds ye
2) 20% per the graph

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For 1st,
Shouldn't be north as north curve is above London curve at start of curve?
Please explain. how you deduced London over North.
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1) London - you exceeds ye
2) 20% per the graph

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kindly explain in detail for the first Q.
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The graph indicates the results of a survey of written material from three areas in early modern England. The graph shows the percent of use of you when either you or ye would be appropriate. Select the option from each drop-down menu that creates the statement that most accurately reflects the information provided.

The area of early modern England that was first to favor the use of you over ye was : The graph shows % of 'you' used in early modern England. The area first to favor 'you' will be the area that crossed 50% usage 1st . Clearly, London achieved that in 1520-99. Hence, answer is London.
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In the surveyed writings from the area of the North between 1520 and 1559, you constituted of the instances in which either you or ye would have been appropriate. : Clear cut answer from the graph. You can infer that North area is at 20% in 1520-99 period.
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Short video solution here (1:30):

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