An Elementary History of English (fascicle three)

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  • Marino Castrillón Universidad de Antioquia

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English language history, etymology. Old English language

Abstract


With this third and last chapter of An Elementary History of English, M. Castrill6n doses his 'humble opusailum*. This section develops two important influences on Old English: On one hand, a new Latin influence with the christianization of Britain, on the other, the Scandinavian influence with the Norsemen's expansionists and conquering movements.

How to reference this article:

Castrillón, M (1998). An Elementary History ff English [Third Fascicle]. Íkala. 3 (2), pp. 9 – 15 

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Author Biography

Marino Castrillón, Universidad de Antioquia

a former full-time instructor and chairman of the department of the school of languages at the university of Antioquia.

References

LAIRD, Charlton. The Miracle of Language. New York: fawcett Premier Books, 1965.

PEI, Mario. The Story of Language. New York: Montor Books, 1960.

ROBERTSON and CASSIDY. The Development of Modern English. New Jersy: Prentice-Hall, 1954.

SMITH, Logan P. The English Language. London: Oxfrod University Press, 1966

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Published

1998-03-30

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Castrillón, M. (1998). An Elementary History of English (fascicle three). Íkala, Revista De Lenguaje Y Cultura, 3(2), 9–15. Retrieved from https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/ikala/article/view/8365

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