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The History of the English Language. Research paper. Copy this thesis on to a card. It is the last sentence of your introduction. The English language developed over a long period of time and is divided into three periods: Old English, Middle English, and Modern English (Beers, 55). and M.

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Copy this thesis on to a card it is the last sentence of your introduction
Copy this thesis on to a card. It is the last sentence of your introduction.

  • The English language developed over a long period of time and is divided into three periods: Old English, Middle English, and Modern English (Beers, 55).

  • and M


Standard
Standard your introduction.

  • 1.2 Understand the most important points in the history of English language and use common word origins to determine the historical influences on English word meanings.


Choosing a website
Choosing a website your introduction.

  • .Org (non-profit)

  • .Edu (education)

  • .gov (government)

  • Better than .com

  • www.bibme.org

  • Google I feel lucky


Research question
Research Question your introduction.

  • How did the English language develop and why is it the largest in the world?


Thesis statement
Thesis Statement your introduction.

  • The English language developed over a long period of time and may divided into three periods: Old, Middle, and Modern English.


Etymology
etymology your introduction.

  • The study of word origins or the history of a word

  • (www.brainpop.com)


Map of europe
Map of Europe your introduction.


England
England your introduction.


The celts old english 1
The Celts Old English #1 your introduction.

  • Celtic language first in Britain.

  • Scots, Irish, Welsh descendants of Celtic


Romans julius ceasar
Romans: Julius Ceasar your introduction.

They spoke Latin; He conquered, but they did not leave their language since Rome was falling.

  • Romance Languages: French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian.


1 old english begins when the anglos saxons jutes invade england in 500 a d light history
#1 your introduction.Old English begins when the Anglos, Saxons, Jutes invade England in 500 A.D. (Light History)

  • Old English is an Anglo-Saxon Germanic language


Old english source 3
Old English Source #3 your introduction.

  • A.D. 450-1066

  • In the 5th century, the tribes of Anglo-Saxons from Northern Europe arrived in Britain. They found a Celtic speaking people who had earlier been conquered by the Romans. They combined their Germanic language with the Celtic and started to form a new language (Beers, 55). Old English continued on the next slide.


3 old english continued p 55
#3 Old English Continued (p. 55) your introduction.

  • A.D. 450-1066

  • Then the Vikings or Norsemen who spoke Norse arrived from Scandinavia. These languages (Celtic, Anglo-Saxon Germanic, Norse) formed Old English, an oral language.

  • Mostly one syllable words

  • The written language was Latin.

  • Horse, Night and Wife are O.E.

  • (Beers, 55)


3 old english continued p 551
#3 Old English Continued (p. 55) your introduction.

  • A.D. 450-1066

  • Then the Vikings or Norsemen who spoke Norse arrived from Scandinavia came. These languages formed Old English, an oral language.

  • The written language was Latin.

  • Horse, Night and Wife are O.E.

  • (Beers, 55)


Beowulf an old english epic poem source 1
Beowulf, an Old English Epic Poem Source #1 your introduction.

  • Most famous work of Old English literature


Source 1 light history
Source 1(Light History) your introduction.

  • Almost every one syllable word we speak is from Anglo Saxon German

  • Old English 500-1065AD


Middle english 1066 1550ad
Middle English 1066-1550AD your introduction.

  • In 1066, William the Conqueror from Normandy, France invades England.



The norman conquest the battle of hastings
The Norman Conquest/ your introduction.The Battle of Hastings


England becomes bilingual during middle english
England becomes your introduction.bilingual during Middle English

  • English: ox, sheep, swine, calf

  • French: beef, mutton, pork, veal

  • The rich and upper class spoke French Latin, but the lower class spoke Anglo-Saxon German (Beers, 55).


Middle english 3
Middle English #3 your introduction.

  • Three words that survive today from French/Latin Middle English are government, justice, and literature (Beers, 55).


Chaucer was a 14 th century author of the canterbury tales written in middle english
Chaucer was a 14 your introduction.th century author of The Canterbury Tales written in Middle English


Caxton invented the printing press in 1476
Caxton invented the your introduction.Printing Press in 1476


Modern english is 1500 to present
Modern English is 1500 to present your introduction.

  • Renaissance was the rebirth of interest Greek and Roman art, literature

  • Astro-star

  • Naut-sailor

  • Astronaut


Modern english
Modern English your introduction.

  • Great vowel shift

  • In Middle English the last vowel of a word was emphasized, but in Modern English, the first vowel is typically stressed.


William shakespeare
William Shakespeare your introduction.

  • Used 21,500 different words

  • 3,000 invented words


Shakespeare invented
Shakespeare invented: your introduction.

  • Words Shakespeare Invented

  • Academeaccusedaddictionadvertisingamazementarouseassassinationbackingbanditbedroombeachedbesmirchbirthplaceblanketbloodstainedbarefacedblushingbetbumpbuzzercakedcaterchampioncircumstantial


Shakespeare invented these
Shakespeare invented these your introduction.

  • Coldbloodedcompromisecourtshipcountlesscriticdauntlessdawndeafeningdiscontentdisheartendruggeddwindleepilepticequivocalelbowexcitementexposureeyeballfashionablefixtureflawedfrugalgenerousgloomygossipgreen eyedgusthinthob nobhurriedimpede impartial invulnerablejadedlabellacklusterlaughablelonely


Shakespeare
Shakespeare your introduction.

  • Lowerluggagelustrousmadcapmajesticmarketablemetamorphizemimicmonumentalmoonbeammountaineernegotiatenoiselessobsceneobsequiouslyodeolympianoutbreakpanderspedantpremeditatedpukingradiancerantremorse lesssavageryscufflesecureskim milksubmergesummitswaggertorturetranquilundressunrealvariedvaultingworthlesszanygnarledgrovel


King james bible 1604
King James Bible 1604 your introduction.


1755 johnson s dictionary
1755 Johnson’s Dictionary your introduction.



Good your introduction.

  • Good, gode, guod, guode, goode, goed, gowd, godd, guid guide, gud, gwde, guyd, gewd

  • 7 years in the making. This dictionary helped standardize spelling.


Source 1
Source #1 your introduction.

Engel, Elliot. A Light History of the English Language. Raleigh: Media Consultants, 1997


Source 2
Source # 2 your introduction.

  • www.brainpop.com

  • Etymology- the history of a word or word origin


Source 3
Source # 3 your introduction.

Works Cited

  • Beers, Kylene. Holt Literature and Language Arts. Austin: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 2001.


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