The English language developed in the 5th century in England, when Germanic tribes invaded the British Isles from Denmark and northern Germany.
The language spoken by these people became what we know as Old English. This developed into Middle English after the French conquered England in 1066, and has changed further into Modern English.
English and all the Germanic languages descend from Proto-Germanic. Middle
English also developed into a number of other English languages, including ...
The invading Germanic tribes spoke similar languages, which in Britain
developed into what we now call Old English. Old English did not sound or look
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
English is not simply a this->that->this language, like Italian is Proto-
IndoEuropean->Proto-Italic->Latin->VulgarLatin->Italian. Instead English is ...
Many of the new words added to the ever-growing lexicon of the English
language are just created from scratch, and often have little or no etymological
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English is a member of the Indo-European family of languages. .... The industrial
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