The Importance Of National Language

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" A national language is the structure of several forms of a language such as the fictitious language, accepted conversational varieties of the language, and dialects. In the course of the configuration of a national language, the relationship between literary language and vernacular endures a considerable change. The national literary language is the most important developing form of a language; it regularly displaces the dialects that dominated the earlier stages of language development, especially in oral communication . At the same time, the literary language gains wider reception and application and its functions become more complex. The literary form of a language becomes leading as a result of the increasing complication and development of the national culture of a people. The English language is one of those languages that transformed and developed to be countrywide over ages. This growth to be a national language goes over seven ages."

"The seven ages Pre-English period; in which Local languages in Britain are Celtic, and the inhabitants known as Celts or Britons. After the Roman invasion, Latin becomes the dominant language of culture and government. Many communities in Britain are bilingual Celtic-Latin. The island (excluding Scotland) is widely known by its Latin name, Britannia (Britain).Early Old English; Anglo-Saxon invasion c.AD 449
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