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The history of English covers about 1200 years. English history is devided into three periods: The Old English period begins about 700 a. d. and lasts till about 12th century. The Middle English period lasts from about the beginning of the 12th century till 15th century. The Modern English period begins at about 15th century and lasts to the present day. Periods in the history of English
43 AD The Romans invaded Britain and controlled over much of the island. Early in the 5th century with the collapse of the empire, Romans withdrew from Britain. So many words have Latin roots in modern English. For example, word “castra” (camp) meets in words -Lancaster, Manchester,. Many words in modern English have Latin roots, for example words street, wall, wine, pepper. The Romans
The Angles, Saxons, and Jutes, began to settle in the British Isles in the fifth and sixth centuries AD. About half of the mostly used words in modern English have Old English roots. Words like be , water , and strong , for example came from Old English 500-1100: The Old English (or Anglo-Saxon) Period
Check yourselves1. The history of the English language is devided into……2 periods b) 3 periods c ) 5 periods2. The Celts setteled most of Britain …In the 6th b)in the 3d c) in the 5th centuries3. Castra is a Latin word that means….. A campus b) a camp c)a place4………began to settle the Britain in the 5th centurya)the Angeles ,the Saxons, the Jutes b) the Vikings c) the Romans5. The Vikings attacked Wessex in a) 878 b)788 c)8876. The Normans conquered Britain in ….a) 1166 b)1066 c)16167. The early modern. English is connected with…A)Shakespeare b) Berns c)Longfellow8. Wods like oxygen, protein belong to….a) old English b)middle English c)late-modern English
Let ‘s practice grammar Put the verbs in the brackets into the Present Indefinite or the Future Indefinite Tense. If Peter __________ (come) to my place, we__________ (go) to play in the yard. If Peter__________ (not come) to my place, I __________ (watch) TV. If Frank’s parents__________ (have) their holidays in summer, they __________ (go) to the seaside. If they __________ (have) their holidays in winter, they __________ (stay) at home. If the fog _______ (thicken), Harold _______ (put up) the tent for the night. When I _______ (finish) my work, I_______ (go) to the cinema. We_______ (buy) this book as soon as our mother_______ (give) us some money. When we _______ (come) to your place you_______ (show) us your present. I_______ (return) you your ring when you_______ (ask) me. I_______ (wait) for my friend until he_______ (come) from the shop. My father_______ (start) writing before the sun _______ (rise). As soon as you _______ (finish) your study I_______ (present) you with a new flat.