History of english

English Language From The Begining

  • 450

    Old English

    Old English
    3 Germanic tirbes invaded Britian and one of the tribes spoke a cletic language and the others spoke a sort of similar language which we know as old english. Old english doesn't sound or look like english today.
  • Jul 5, 1100

    Middle English

    Middle English
    In this time the normans conquered England and brought with them a kind of french.They ended up kind of combining old english with french and Middle english was formed.
  • Aug 23, 1500

    Early Modern English

    Early Modern English
    At the end of middle english there was a sudden change in pronunication with vowels. They were being prononuced shorter and shorter. That's early english.
  • Table Alphabeticall

    Table Alphabeticall
    Table Alphabeticall, the first English dictionary, is published.
  • The Daily Courant

    The Daily Courant
    The frist regular daily newspaper in English is published in London. ( The Daily Courant)
  • The Declaration of Independence

    The Declaration of Independence
    The declaration of independence is signed leading to the creation to the United States Of America which is the first country with english as its principle language other than the British Isles.
  • Late Modern English

    Late  Modern English
    The difference between early modern english and late modern english is the vocabulary. Late modern englihs has more words. The english language adopted many foriegn words from different countries This is the english languagwe use today.
  • Webster's Dictionary

    Webster's Dictionary
    The first webster's dictionay was published for the english language, it became an international language