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S: Anglo-Saxon Language

FC: How The Anglo-Saxon Language Influenced The Language of Today

1: The Anglo-Saxon culture has influenced almost all aspects of modern day language. Although there as been distancing from the classical usage of words;due to technology and the lack of social interaction. The core ideal still remains. The Angle-Saxon language gave the basis for what we use every day: language.

2: The basis of what we call "Old English" first spoken between the 5th and 12th centuries by people of Saxon origin. These people then settled in central and Southern England. Thus embedding the basis of the first English language.

3: In today's society texting has run rampant along the interaction and classical use of language. Now creating sayings and emotions into short acronyms.

4: Anglo-Saxton language, roughly translated into "Old English" and furthered into what we call "Modern English" has many derivative origins. Many words from the Latin language have been borrowed into our language.

5: Latin Discipulus Ignis Luna Magnus Nox Pes Terra Vehiculum Villa pavimentum Mater | English Disciple Ignite lunar Manual Nocturnal Pedestrian Terrain Vehicle Village Pavement Mother

6: Other Influences Romans and the Norse culture (both positive and negative) influenced the Anglo-Saxon language.

7: Christianity brought upon the true major influences upon language. The Anglo-Saxon language is the basis of modern language today. And saying that the study and improvements to their language is brought upon by Christianity. The writing and binding of books and other such Holy scriptures lead to the development of language. Monasteries provides the education for both reading and writing.

9: First used under Alfred The Great. The Anglo-Saxon was a rough version of our English today. Under his rule the study and use of language was utilized.

10: Today the language spoken named English can be thanked to the Anglo-Saxons.

11: Sources: the Saxons:People of The Past-Macdonald

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