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Language history and change
Language history and change
Language history and change
Language history and change
Language history and change
Language history and change
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Language history and change

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  • 1. Language history and change by Nicolas Campos
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  • 3. Balto-Slavic Indo-Iranian Germanic Celtic Italic Hellenic Baltic Slavic Indic Iranian (Latin) (Ancient Greek) ( Sanskrit ) German English Dutch Danish Swedish Norwegian etc. Gaelic Welsh Irish etc. Italian Spanish French Portuguese Romanian etc. Greek Latvian Lithuanian Russian Polish Czech Bulgarian etc. Hindi Bengali etc. Persian
  • 4. Both Italian and Spanish belong to the Italic branch of the Indo-European family of languages
  • 5. Historical development of English
  • 6. Old English Anglo-Saxons Angles Saxons Jutes whose language was Englisc whose lands were called Engla-land Also, Old English considers the important contributions of Old Norse (spoken by the Vikings) and , remarkably, Latin (brought by the Romans)
  • 7. Old English hūs House
  • 8. Middle English Battle of Hastings Norman - French defeated by William the Conqueror who became the ruling class who brought the French language Nobility Government Law used by
  • 9. Syntactic changes

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