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comment Particular verbal inflection classes in “The Proclamation of Henry III”
These words represent the early evidence for London dialect of Middle English.
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comment Indian English use of “only”
Yes.That is a general tendency.It is used to emphasize the task.For e.g., If you ask a person about completion of a task abc, he will reply "Yes, I am doing that only." :) Its a bit funny but has become a habit mostly. The only way to avoid use of 'only' is to specify the work being done.In your case, it might be, 'We are getting the sheet xyz printed'.