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    Number:207 Tutor Name:Dr.Rajie Language means the method of human communication either spoken or written, consisting of the use of words in a structured and conventional way. It means also a system of communication used by a particular country or community by using words or signs (oxford English language).English is one of the most popular languages in the world which it uses by every one in every where. The English language which we has it today, it doesn't come to us in easy

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    After selecting the English language to be standard, codification -Early Modern English (1500-1800)is the second step in standardization of language, it deal with grammar and vocabulary, grammatical rules and lexicon in grammar and dictionaries. That often happen when the language written for the first time, or when it developing as standard, or after a time of great and huge changing as after the demise of colonialism , which made language planning necessary .Wikipedia English has been codified in

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    Codification of English Standardization refers to the process by which a language has been codified in some way (Wardhaugh and Fuller, n.d. 2010: p31). It involves four stages; selection of norms, codification of form, elaboration of function, and implementation by the speech community. Standardization is concerned with codification as a linguistic form. According to Einar Haugen; codification leads to 'minimal variation in form' (Stein & Tieken-Boon van Ostade, n.d. 1994: p160), therefore it reinforces

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    standard for a language. All this take place through dictionaries , printing and education , this need the lowering of internal variability in the chosen variety and put norms of grammatical usage and vocabulary .The selected variety was codified in grammar books and dictionaries. Second Selection of on variety and one language , the selection of the language spoken by the kings and powerful people .The modification of the dialect of the South-East Midlands as the National Language of all England

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    Definition of the word English: English is derived from England, one would think. But in fact the language name is found long before the country name.The latter first appears as Englaland around the year 1000, and means "the land of the Engle," that is, the Angles. The Angles,Saxons, and Jutes were the three Germanic tribes who emigrated from what is now Denmark and northern Germany and settled inEngland beginning about the fourth century A.D. Early on, the Angles enjoyed a rise to power that must

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    Standard English and dictionaries as its council Words are all over the place all the time. They go out our mouths and maybe in our ears, we speak words, we write words and we read words. But, what is a ‘real’ word? Who’s to say? What most the English-speaking population categorises as a real word, is if it is found in the dictionary or not. Many of us see a place in the dictionary as the requirement for a word’s value and legitimacy. Language has always been in constant change; the change

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    English was standardized in the ending of the 14th century and the beginning of the 15thcentury. The printing press was invented and it was a major step in making books more affordable and the literacy rate increased by a decent amount. It was an incredible machine that transfers ink to any material like paper, cloth, etc... It definitely made an impact in increasing the production of all types of printed material and also made a rapid increase in fostering economic thinking and literacy rates.

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    English developed thorough the time since it founded first by Germanic tribes. The English developed through three periods, which knows as, Old English or Anlgo – Saxon, Middle English and Modern English. The Modern English was the basic development at the language in Europe. Few reasons cause the language to be wildly developed, such as the shift in vowels pronunciation, the connection between the British and the outside world and printing invention. According to Linda C. Mitchell, grammar books

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    AngloSaxon Language Nearly all knowledge of the English language before the seventh century is hypothetical. Most of this knowledge is based on later English documents and earlier documents in related languages (3). The English language of today represents many centuries of development. As a continuous process, the development of the English language began in England around the year 449 with the arrival of several Germanic tribes including: the Angles, the Saxons, and the Jutes (1, p.49). English, like

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    (1998), Caxton started printing and realised that the variations in English dialect prompted difficulties for some users of the language. Furthermore, to ‘unite’ the English people, Caxton had to choose a single dialect. Despite Caxton’s difficulties in orthography and lack of authoritative guidance on the English grammars, he still managed to translate French works into

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