Sunday, April 29, 2012

Extra Credit

Find the error:

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Brian P. Cleary    The word CAR predates the automobile by hundreds of years. The Middle English CARRE, from French, and before that, the Latin CARRUS (wheeled vehicle) once referred to a carriage, cart, chariot, wagon, truck, or other conveyance. By the late 1800s, CAR began to refer to autos.
Read the above, then tell me what you found out about the history of the word "car."