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Notice that the entire contents of the page are nested within an html element. All other elements must be descendants of this html element.

Add the lang attribute with the value en to the opening html tag to specify that the language of the page is English.
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<lang=“en” html>



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The name of the tag has to come immediately after the opening <. So in this case, since this is the html element, the html needs to be before the lang attribute.

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