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Yes, it appears so. In my experience the best thing to do is re-upload a fresh WordPress core to ensure that all traces have been squashed. It happens... If you aren't already using security plugins I'd recommend Wordfence and BruteProtect to help keep brute force attacks out as well as checking your core WordPress files for changes.
I realized that all you have to do is find where the database is returned (in my case it is wp-init.php) and change the prefix to reflect the shared database: $wpdb->prefix="wp_";
You can set the language through your admin panel, go to 'Settings' > 'General', Scroll down and you will find an option for choosing the language. This is a user friendly option to change the language.
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