English for beginners

A language belonging to the Germanic branch of the Indo-European family. Its unbroken literary heritage goes back to the inflecting language, Anglo-Saxon, notably in the 8th-c epic poem Beowulf. Standard English prose evolved from the Chancery (law-court) English of the 14th-c, and has been codified continuously - its grammatical structure in such early works as Lindley Murray’s English Grammar (1794), and its lexicon in Dr Johnson’s Dictionary of the English Language (1755), which laid the foundations for a long tradition of scholarship into the nature of English usage. Feel free to check this useful site: language-abroad.org

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“English.” Crystal Reference Encyclopedia. Crystal Reference Systems Limited.
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