The cultural evolution of the English language from old Tudor Elisabethan English to new modern English.
Bensaadi ep Guerra, Randa
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The present research looks into the nature of the changes which occurred within the English society during the middle ages with the aim to explore their impact on the English language. It highlights these changes, investigates their origin and tries to relate them to the cultural events of that time. It also attempts to show that the changes the English languageunderwent throughout its medieval history have enabled it to acquire some kind of enhancement and precision and have contributed to its development from an old language to a modern one. This movement aided the English people to amend their way of life, tochange their character and even their manners of address. It will also show that despite the cultural influences it has undergone, mostly of foreign origin, it has preserved the English character and spirit.
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