Then, between 800 and 1000, there were several invasions by the Vikings. The war came to their typical Viking Viking ships (longships). They spoke Old Norse. This is a Scandinavian dialect, which is related to Danish and Norwegian. After they had settled in the north and east of England, soon ceased to struggle and they began instead with the British trade and to mix through marriage. For this reason, the British learned many Scandinavian words. A series of English everyday words such as 'cake', 'sister', 'skin', 'horse' and 'knife' (for 'cake', 'sister', 'skin', 'horse' and 'knife') are about the Vikings came into English.
In 1066 William the Conqueror set ('William the Conqueror') to England. He came from Normandy and spoke Norman French. William became king of England, but he could not speak English. The business of government and commerce were therefore soon led to Norman French. The English word 'merchant', 'money' and 'price' ('merchant', 'money' and 'price') are taken from all the Norman, and they reveal how much the Conqueror, the business had taken control. According to show the English words 'castle', 'law', 'royal', 'prince', 'government' (for 'Castle', 'law', 'royal', 'Prince' and 'government'), that the French speakers had the power in the country. LeapFrog LeapPad Explorer Learning Tablet Green
In the 15th Century, invented the printing press. At the same time growing interest in Europe and discoveries of ancient philosophers and scientists. To be able to read what you have written these people, they learned Greek and Latin. Soon, everyone wanted to brag to be formed, and made much use of Latin and Greek words. Sun came from the Latin words into English as 'manuscript', 'circumference' (for 'manuscript' and 'scope'). And came from the Greek words like 'encyclopedia' and 'philosophical' ('Encyclopedia' and 'philosophical').