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    Modern English (1800 - now) The expansion of the British Empire drove the language into other nations. The growth of specific industries like science, war, manufacturing, and medicine brought specific words into the language. The invention of the automobile created an entirely new need for words. These specific words are now ingrained into our language and include terms like blitz, bulldozer, air-raid, cholesterol, allergy, hormones, stethoscope, quark, psychoanalysis, astronaut, carburetor, differential

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    Walt Whitman once said, “Viewed freely, the English language is the accretion and growth of every dialect, race, and range of time, and is both the free and compacted composition of all.” This is evident in its fifteen hundred year history, as many entities of the language have been adapted, added, and altered. The English that was spoken in 500 AD would be completely indecipherable to a modern day English speaker. Today, the English language’s many forms have developed through centuries of changing

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    consistent. English, on the other hand, has no center for the English language. English is the world’s most widespread

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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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    British English was the language which had the biggest influence on current American English. Thus, it is important to introduce the features of British English. As we know from the History, the Germanic tribes, namely the Angles, the Saxons and the Jutes invaded Britain and pushed away the Celtic language already spoken there. This way the Old English was developed. It is quite difficult to understand it even for the contemporary Native English speakers. Next step in the development of English was the

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    GRAMMAR During Early Modern English period, English language developed excellently. At that time, English has richer lexicon, less complicated grammar, monosyllabic characters, and euphonious pronunciation. Due to these developments, the influence of Latin is declining. English is made compulsory to learn in the school for its own language rather than a device to learn Latin, before. Regarding this situation, the demand for translated piece from Latin and Greek increased rapidly since reading become

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    The English language has experienced several shifts and transformations ever since its earliest history in the medieval England to the current. English has been historically said to have evolved through three major stages that include Old English, Middle English and Modern English. Each of the three stages may be also sub-divided into early and late stages in order to give a comprehensive picture of the language’s history. English language, According to Algeo (2010), originated from the various dialects

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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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    EARLY MODERN ENGLISH PERIOD Early Modern English Period takes place between Middle English Period and Modern English Period. Early Modern English Period begins in the 15th century and ends in the late of 17th century. Early Modern English is used by English colonies, Wales, Ireland, Scotland and England. The language comes from Germanic and Anglo Frisian. In this period origins of words are Yiddish, German and Italian. William Coxton is the one of the most important man of the period because he leads

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    Structure of Modern English. Brinton states that “Noun phrases consist of a noun and any modifiers, complements, and determiners that provide more information about the noun” (Brinton, L. J., Brinton, D., & Brinton, L. J. (2010). The book covers the topics of Pragmatics, Phonology, Morphology, Syntax and Lexical and sentence semantics. The text is aimed towards advanced undergraduate students concerned with contemporary English, primarily those whose main area of interest is English as a second language

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