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Old English

begining of old english
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Jessica Blume

on 23 August 2010

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Transcript of Old English

Old English Old English/Anglo Saxon was developed in the mid fifth century and was used until the mid twelfth century. German Rooted.

Old English is the mixed dialect of the three dominant groups in the regions of England and Scotland in the mid fifth century. Four dialects of Old English:
1)Northumbrian
2)Mercian
3)West Saxon
4)Kentish Over 50% of the most common Old English words are still in existance and are used in every day language. water/strong/be The most famous piece of literature written in Old English is.. BEOWOLF an early form of English Anglos, Saxons, and Jutes
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