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A 6 page paper which examines the history of the English language. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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methods listed below. Citation styles constantly change, and these examples may not contain the most recent updates. History of the English
Language Research Compiled for by J.A. Rodgers, July 2010 To Use This Paper Properly, Please Introduction
The English language has a long and very rich history and the language. It is also a language which is used in most countries by millions of people. Interestingly enough,
while it is the primary language in the United States it is not the official language as the United States has no official language. The following paper examines the history
of the language. History of the English Language Indo-European "English is a member of the Indo-European family of languages" and it comprises most of the languages spoken in
Europe today (Anglik.net, 2010). Indo-European languages are also comprised of branches such as Latin, Romance language such as French, Germanic tongues, Baltic languages, Celtic and Greek as well as many
others. In essence it is a member of a very broad range of languages. But, it is two particular languages that are most intricately involved in the development of the
English language and those are the Germanic and the Romance languages. Germanic "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 3,000 years ago" (Anglik.net, 2010). Around the 2nd century BC the most
common Germanic languages broke off into three different, and distinct, sub-groups (Anglik.net, 2010). There was East Germanic which was spoken by people who had moved back to the southeastern parts