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Anglo-Saxon vs. Old English

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What's the difference between the terms Old English and Anglo-Saxon?

A

Old English refers to the people; Anglo-Saxon refers to the language.

B

Anglo-Saxon refers to the people; Old English refers to the language.

C

Old English refers to the first wave of migrants to England; Anglo-Saxon refers to the second wave of migrants to England.

D

Anglo-Saxon refers to the first wave of migrants to England; Old English refers to the second wave of migrants to England.

E

The two terms are used interchangeably, depending on the preference of the scholar.