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hi
somebody says the word 'kindly' has an extra meaning which is 'old-fashion'. I'm confused. is it right? I looked up lots of dictionary, but I couldn't find this mean. I will be pleased if you help me. I am giving the sentence now:
she is the oldest person in the village, tobe precise,92 years old and has a ........................ word of advice for everyone.
A) fanciful B) faithful C) credible D)futile E) kindly

they say the answer is D which means 'old-fashion'. Do think it is? thanks a lot!
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Somebody says the word 'kindly' has an extra meaning which is 'old-fashion'. I'm confused. is it right?-- No, that is not right at all. The two words are unrelated.

She is the oldest person in the village, to be precise,92 years old and has a ........................ word of advice for everyone. A) fanciful B) faithful C) credible D)futile E) kindly

They say the answer is D which means 'old-fashion'. Do think it is?-- No; 'kindly' does not mean 'old-fashioned' in any way, shape or form. Trust any reputable dictionary.
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I think there might be some confusion here. "kindly" doesn't mean "old-fashioned", but I think that "kindly" is a rather old-fashioned word sometimes. For example: "Would you kindly send me information about your products?" seems very old-fashioned to me. I would prefer: "I would be grateful if you sent me information about your products"

car book 152but I think that "kindly" is a rather old-fashioned word sometimes.

Correct. Native speakers hardly use it but, Indian English speakers use it a lot.