The English Language
This subject of the book was formed around fifteen hundred years ago when the Romans left Celtic Briton followed by the arrival of the Angles, Saxons, and Jutes.
This is the country of origin of the language focused on in the text.
This is the country north of England with its own unique vocabulary and dialect that has considerably waned over the last several centuries.
This is the island to the west of Britain whose language and accent formed from the combination of Gaelic and English.
The United States
This is the set of former British colonies where an enormous number of accents, vocabularies, and languages merged.
This is the set of former British colonies which displays little regional diversity.
This is the former British penal colony that deliberately formed its own dialect in response to being exiles from British...
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