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  • Gregorio It was a , meaning that each shift triggered a subsequent shift in the vowel system.
  • Cynthia The norms of standard written English are maintained purely by the consensus of educated English-speakers around the world, without any oversight by any government or international organisation.
Cyril Germany
  • Nathaniel The primary forms are a plain present, a third-person singular present, and a preterite past form.
  • Hector Passive constructions also use auxiliary verbs.
Lemuel Germany
  • Royce In the English sentence The cat sat on the mat, the subject is the cat a noun phrase , the verb is sat, and on the mat is a prepositional phrase composed of a noun phrase the mat headed by the preposition on.
Bret English language
  • Junior Through the educational reforms of in the 9th century and the influence of the kingdom of , the West Saxon dialect became the.
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  • Richie Varieties of English learned by non-native speakers born to English-speaking parents may be influenced, especially in their grammar, by the other languages spoken by those learners.
  • Jeremy In the Middle English period, the use of regional dialects in writing proliferated, and dialect traits were even used for effect by authors such as Chaucer.
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  • Dirk The Great Vowel Shift explains many irregularities in spelling since English retains many spellings from Middle English, and it also explains why English vowel letters have very different pronunciations from the same letters in other languages. Particular dialects of Old and Middle English also developed into a number of other Anglic languages, including and the extinct and dialects of Ireland.
  • Frances These shared innovations show that the languages have descended from a single common ancestor called.
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  • Morris Unlike Icelandic and Faroese, which were isolated, the development of English was influenced by a long series of invasions of the British Isles by other peoples and languages, particularly and. Use of English is growing country-by-country internally and for international communication.
Sal Germany
  • Gordon Examples of phrasal verbs are to get up, to ask out, to back up, to give up, to get together, to hang out, to put up with, etc. In contrast to many other Germanic languages there is no major differences between word order in main and subordinate clauses.
  • Kenton Auxiliary verbs form main clauses, and the main verbs function as heads of a subordinate clause of the auxiliary verb.
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  • Peter Stressed syllables are pronounced longer and louder than unstressed syllables, and vowels in unstressed syllables are frequently while vowels in stressed syllables are not. The standard English of the inner-circle countries is often taken as a norm for use of English in the outer-circle countries.
  • Otis These situations have prompted proposals for spelling reform in English.