- The word Anglo-saxon derives from two words, meaning British-German.
- Saint Patrick was an Irish missionary who converted the people of Northern Ireland
- Christianity survived only in the areas not invaded by Anglo-Saxons, and important missionaries came from those areas
- Because it sheds light on the history of Britain between the sixth and eight centuries
- Britain was divided into several kingdoms and some remained independent
- But a conflict emerged related to the Christian calendar
- The Christian church in Brain faced many challenges between the sixth and eighth centuries, but continued to thrive
- B, C, E
b, c and e are the correct answers because there is evidence in the passage supporting each point.
b > paragraph 4
c > paragraph 4
e > paragraph 4
a this is incorrect as it exaggerates the meaning in the paragraph.
d this is incorrect as it distorts the meaning of the paragraph.
f this is incorrect as there was no relationship between the church and the monarchy, according to the passage.
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