History Of English Language Essay

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Introduction
Did you know that English is the most widespread language in the world, and that it is more widely spoken and written than any other language?
Today, English is the official language in a total of 58 sovereign states and 21 non-sovereign entities. Some of them are Canada, United States, United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia. All of these countries have English as their primary language. English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England, which was around the 5th century. The form of English that was spoken back then is called “Old English”; it was such a long time ago that during the first years they used the runic alphabet to write English. I will tell you how the English language spread and tell
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The English language is rich in words and knowledge and is absolutely important in our everyday lives. USA and Great Britain is a very popular travel-destination today. Therefore; because people like the culture and environment there, more people learn English to be able to communicate with others when they go there. I use English whenever I check social media, read books and basically whenever I use any technology. In the future I would like to travel to as many places as I can, and English will be very important when I want to communicate with the people I meet.
Conclution
In this essay I have focused on the origin of the English language, finding some interesting facts and explaining how the language has “traveled” all over the world. I learned a lot while reading about the history of English in Britain. English is a part of my life and I do not think there is a day in my everyday life where I don’t use my knowledge of English at least once. Therefore, I conclude with that the reason we learn English is because it is the language that has impacted the world the most and because it is the most comprehensive language in the world.

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