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The history of english
The history of english
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  • 1. The history of English IFSP – Câmpus Avaré Prof. Me. Gerson Rossi dos Santos Events
  • 2. Bulgarian Greek PortugueseCzech Hungarian RomanianDanish Irish SlovakDutch Gaelic SloveneEnglish Italian SpanishEstonian Latvian SwedishFinnish LithuanianFrench MalteseGerman Polish These languages should be considered: ( ) Extinct languages ( √ ) Modern languages
  • 3. These languages should beconsidered:( √ ) Extinct languages( ) Modern languages
  • 4. Indo-European Languages Expansion
  • 5. Indo-European Languages Expansion
  • 6. Indo-European Languages Expansion
  • 7. The rise of Old English: Great Britain, approx.450 A.D.
  • 8. Germanic Languages
  • 9. The rise of Old English: Great Britain, approx.450 A.D.• 55 B.C.: Julius Caesar, Roman Emperor, invadesBritain;• Communities spoke Celtish;• 436 A.D.: Roman colonization ends; tribes speaking•Approximately 450 A.D.: Germanicsimilar languages invade Great Britain territories;•Old English records;•1066 A.D.: Duke of Normandy (France) invades GreatBritain;•Middle English records (under French influence);•Geoffrey Chaucer: main reference of Middle Englishliterature;•Approximately 1500 A.D.: Modern English:• Early Modern English (1500 – 1800);
  • 10. Old, Middle and Modern EnglishMiddle English Modern English Old English
  • 11. Recap:
  • 12. gersonrossi@hotmail.comteacherondemand.wordpress.com

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