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Where Does English Come from?

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The English language comes from Germanic dialects. It was introduced by invaders from Germany and Netherlands to what is now known as Britain. English has changed greatly since then and only vaguely resembles the Germanic dialects it came from.
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The English language developed in the 5th century in England, when Germanic tribes invaded the British Isles from Denmark and northern Germany.
The language spoken by these people became what we know as Old English. This developed into Middle English after the French conquered England in 1066, and has changed further into Modern English.
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