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Today, the purpose of my conference is to present you the history of the English language and its evolution, and I will conclude with the impacts of this language in the world nowadays.
So first of all, English was born circa the fifth century, when The Romans (who spoke Latin) left England in AD 410. We can traditionally identify three distinct eras in the history of this language: Old English, Middle English and finally Modern English.
[...] Conclusion I have to conclude very quickly saying that even though English was created and influenced by many other languages, it became more than a vernacular language: the most spoken lingua Franca around the world. It's like a vicious circle because now it's English which influences other languages. It is now a common language between speakers of different languages and the best means of communication which can be spoken all over the world. Thank you all for listening and your attention. I hope I have interested you. [...]
[...] For instance, we have a pig and pork, cow and beef, hunt and chase, freedom and liberty, etc. Then, Middle English most likely started around the 11th century when the English language began to take its own identity, mixing Norman French with Old English. Furthermore, in the 16th century, English finished to take its own identity thanks to the playwright Shakespeare. Due to his majestic works of English literature. In effect, his pieces have had a profound impact on the English language introducing some new words like assassination, addiction, accused, etc. [...]
[...] The history of the English language Introduction Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, my name is . Today, the purpose of my conference is to present to you the history of the English language and its evolutions, and I will conclude with the impacts of this language in the world nowadays. Development So, first of all, English was born circa the fifth century, when The Romans (who spoke Latin) left England in 410 AD. We can traditionally identify 3 distinct eras in the history of this language: Old English, Middle English and finally Modern English. [...]
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