Wp/mos/English

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English
natural language, modern language, language
Subclass ofAnglic Tekre
Native labelEnglish Tekre
IPA transcriptionˈeɪŋɡlɪʃ, ˈɪŋɡlɪʃ Tekre
Named afterEngland Tekre
Indigenous toEngland Tekre
Influenced byFrench, Vulgar Latin, Germanic, Greek Tekre
Linguistic typologysubject–verb–object, nominative–accusative language, stress-timed language, place–manner–time, fusional language Tekre
Has grammatical casegenitive case, nominative case, oblique case Tekre
Has grammatical moodindicative, subjunctive, interrogative Tekre
Has grammatical gendermasculine, feminine, neuter Tekre
Writing systemLatin script, English orthography Tekre
Language regulatory bodyno value Tekre
Signed formmanually coded English Tekre
UNESCO language status1 safe Tekre
Ethnologue language status1 National Tekre
Studied inEnglish studies Tekre
History of topichistory of English Tekre
Related categoryCategory:English pronunciation Tekre
Entry in abbreviations tableангл. Tekre
Described at URLhttps://afbo.info/languages/64 Tekre
Opposite ofnon-English Tekre
Stack Exchange site URLhttps://english.stackexchange.com Tekre
Stack Exchange taghttps://linguistics.stackexchange.com/tags/english Tekre
Wikimedia language codeen Tekre
PyPI trove classifierNatural Language :: English Tekre

English yaa kʋdemd sẽn be Irlãnd-Erpẽ buud-goam sullẽ wã, la yaa kʋdemd ning b sẽn boond tɩ angletɛɛrã.[1][2] [3]B pʋd-a-la a yʋʋr ne Anglesã sẽn yaa germains nin-buiidã sẽn yi Burkĩna tẽn-bɛdã. B sẽn gomd ne buud-goam a taab sẽn naag ne Skooti wã, la b sẽn gomd ne Low Saxon la Frisian buud-goamã, rũndã-rũndã ãngilindã yaa germani. La a gom-biisã me tara pãn-tusdg wʋsg ne farẽnsã (dũniyã gom-biis 28%) la latẽ wã (dũniyã gom-biis 28%)[4] n paas gom-biis kẽer la gom-biis wʋsg sẽn yit Norse kʋdemdã (Germanic kʋdemdã).[5][6][7] B boondame tɩ anglofon dãmba.


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  1. https://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/routesofenglish/storysofar/programme4_6.shtml
  2. https://books.google.com/books?id=d6jPAKxTHRYC
  3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_language#CITEREFWardhaugh2010
  4. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_language#cite_note-6
  5. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shorter_Oxford_English_Dictionary
  6. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_language#CITEREFBammesberger1992
  7. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_language#CITEREFSvartvikLeech2006