History of English Language
Over the years the English language has changed dramatically. The English language is an original member of the Indo-European family of languages. The Indo-European family of language is very large. This family includes most of the European languages spoken today. It includes the Slavic languages, the Baltic languages of Latvian and Lithuanian, the Celtic languages, Greek, the Germanic languages, the Indo-Iranian languages, including Hindi and Sanskrit Latin, and the modern Romance languages. Out of all of those languages none have evolved greater than the English language. It began in 500 AD. The English language is like computers, you can add new software to it and make it better than it was before.
The influence of the original Indo-European language, designated proto-Indo-European, and can be seen today, even though no written record of it exists. Of these branches of the Indo-European family, two are, for our purposes of studying the development of English. …
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