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  1. Gry From Wikipedia , the free encyclopedia...for the third English word, other than "angry...of the English Language , Unabridged...

    8 Answers · Education & Reference · 20/07/2006

  2. English and Dutch are both Western Germanic languages . From Wikipedia : "The West Germanic languages constitute the...

    6 Answers · Society & Culture · 12/03/2010

  3. ... naturally from the language 's roots (without any known intentional invention), English allows new words... it unusually long. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Longest_word_in_ English ...

    2 Answers · Education & Reference · 09/11/2009

  4. ... and parts of Northern Ireland. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Scots_ language The next closest relative to English after Scots is Frisian, spoken in the Northern...

    21 Answers · Society & Culture · 18/12/2008

  5. ... you talking about signed English , or British sign language (versus ASL)? I ask because...into it? You might want to read this wikipedia article on sign(ed) language (s): http://en. wikipedia ...

    2 Answers · Society & Culture · 31/08/2011

  6. ...be another one, did you ever hear of "Esperanto"? http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Esperanto No offense, English is a wonderful language but it doesn't have the beauty that French and Spanish have (among...

    5 Answers · Society & Culture · 04/12/2009

  7. ... English words are Germanic http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/ English _ language #Word_origins After the Norman conquest in the ...

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  8. ..." English language version of Pan's ...honestly believe you heard it in English . I know it has ...take you to further information. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Pan%27s_Labyrinth...

    8 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 15/05/2007

  9. ...people arrived there. I found a lot of information @ http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/History_of_the_ English _ language : Modern English is often dated from the ...

    5 Answers · Society & Culture · 14/03/2009

  10. ... of this Wikipedia article for further studies.. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/ English _ language

    4 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 14/09/2009

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