10.3.15

25 maps that explain the English language

Libby Nelson offers us a great work about the origin and the evolution of the English language  from the Vikings to the 21st century explained in 25 maps
Published by Vox, it's a clear and easy way to understand the evolution of the language from the indo european languages to modern dialects spoken all over the world


17 comments:

Learn Speaking English said...

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Julia watson said...

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Learning English Online said...

Learning about English history and culture is an important part of learning the language! There are more links about the culture of English-speaking countries here: www.learning-english-online.org/cultural-studies

Learning English Online said...

Learning about English history and culture is an important part of learning the language! This site has more links to online resources for learning about the culture of English-speaking countries: www.learning-english-online.org/cultural-studies

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Faith Tapper said...

Great post! The history of English is so interesting - can't wait to go back to university to study it some more.

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Hasanuzzaman Sattar said...

Unique way you provide us the origin and the evolution of the English language.I love the post.Thank you very much.Keep writing..................

Niraj Ahuja said...

English is a fantastic language and the origins of various words, idiom and phrases has always intrigued me and made me curious. Reading your page has certainly given me knowledge on the topic of origin of English language and its versatility and also its importance in the world.

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Steven Morris said...

The history of the English language has traditionally been divided into three main periods- Old English (450-1100 AD), Middle English (1100-circa 1500 AD) and Modern English (since 1500). Over the centuries, the English language has been influenced by a number of other languages.
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Pablo Pitarch said...

I think it is very interesting for students to get acquainted with this topic as it can give them a better insight on why English is spoken the way it is.

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