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English language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
English is a West Germanic language which is named for its origins as the native . Norman-French, and vocabulary and spelling conventions began to give the .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_language

The history of English - Oxford Dictionaries Online
It's never easy to pinpoint exactly when a specific language began, but in the case of English we can at least say that there is little sense in speaking of the .
http://oxforddictionaries.com/words/the-history-of-english

Origins of the English Language - Merriam-Webster Online
What are the origins of the English Language? . and the well-developed inflectional system that typifies the grammar of Old English had begun to break down.
http://www.merriam-webster.com/help/faq/history.htm

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  4. Geoffrey Sampson: Birth of English
    Jul 27, 2010 . When and Where Did English Begin? . Nevertheless, the standard name for that language is Old English — it is treated as essentially the .
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  5. When was the English language started
    Cambridge University considers the English language to begin when Anglo Saxon (the West Germanic language which came to Britain in the fifth century with .
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Words in English :: History
The language we call English was first brought to the north sea coasts of . Their language began to develop its own distinctive features in isolation from the .
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  6. 25 English Language Oddities
    Dec 3, 2007 . “Underground” and “underfund” are the only words in the English language that begin and end with the letters “und.” 11. “Stewardesses” is the .
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    The English language underwent extensive change in the Middle Ages. . British acceptance of and resistance to Americanisms began during this period.
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    HOW DID THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE BEGIN?
    Practically all languages spoken on earth today can be traced by scholars back to some common source, that is, an ancestor language which has many .
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    KryssTal : The English Language
    Modern English began around the 16th Century and, like all languages, is still changing. One change occurred when the th of some verb forms became s ( loveth .
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    The history of the English language - an introduction
    English is a member of the Germanic group of languages. It is believed that this group began as a common language in the Elbe river region about 3000 years .
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  13. The History of English in Ten Minutes - OpenLearn - Open University
    Jun 22, 2011 . 7, The Age of the Dictionary, A look at how lexicographers started creating the Dictionary of the English Language to ensure that everyone spelt .
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  14. English in India
    The British rulers began building their universities in India from 1857. English became the first language in Indian education. The 'modern' leaders of that era in .
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    The Evolution of English
    The English language begins with the Anglo-Saxons. . of England, and the Anglo-Saxons invaded and began to settle the eastern parts in the middle 400s.
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    How did the English Language Begin
    English is the third most spoken language the world over. Approximately 400 million people speak it as a first language and over 1.4 billion people speak .
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    Is English Changing? - Linguistic Society of America
    Finally, the sounds of a language change over time, too. About 500 years ago English began to undergo a major change in the way its vowels were pronounced.
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  48. cedric says:

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  57. Lance says:

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