Words : Nativeand Borrowed
Old English and before                    Pronunciationspelling                                 grammar              Aspec...
The origin of words.How and where the first words originatedhas always puzzled linguistics andphilosophers
Indo- European   Eastern  -Split into two :-The Balto-Slavic (inludes Bulgarian,                                          ...
Indo-European       Western                                                 Eastern                                       ...
Anglo-Saxon Britain
OldEnglishDialectareas
Christian Conversion re-introduced 170 latin words andCreated monastic environment s for learning and scholarships
-Translations fromLatin to English-The anglo-SaxonChronicles-Danes providedwords beginning withsc/sk-.
London figures in thedevelopment of the standardEnglish   London
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Words : Native and Borrowed

  1. 1. Words : Nativeand Borrowed
  2. 2. Old English and before Pronunciationspelling grammar Aspects of language that change through time Meaning Usage vocabulary
  3. 3. The origin of words.How and where the first words originatedhas always puzzled linguistics andphilosophers
  4. 4. Indo- European Eastern -Split into two :-The Balto-Slavic (inludes Bulgarian, Western Slovenian, Serbo, Croatinan, Polish, - Hellenic, Czech and Italic, Celtic, Russian). Germanic.-The indo-Iranian:( includes modern Persian, Hindi, Bengali, Romany) Indo European language first split into
  5. 5. Indo-European Western Eastern Balto IndoCeltic Germanic Italic Hellenic Tocharian Hittite Slavic Aranian Relationship of Indo-European LanguagesEast North West
  6. 6. Anglo-Saxon Britain
  7. 7. OldEnglishDialectareas
  8. 8. Christian Conversion re-introduced 170 latin words andCreated monastic environment s for learning and scholarships
  9. 9. -Translations fromLatin to English-The anglo-SaxonChronicles-Danes providedwords beginning withsc/sk-.
  10. 10. London figures in thedevelopment of the standardEnglish London

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