A. The early inhabitants of Britain were seafaring traders who traveled to several countries
B. Between AD 500 and 1200, invaders from several countries conquered parts of Britain
C. After 1500, the authors and linguists who created English dictionaries borrowed words from several other languages
D. The best-known authors of the Anglo-Saxon period used a mixture of several languages
E. There was no written form of the English language until 1200, when writers put together words from several languages to create a lexicon
The sentence that illustrates best why the modern English language reflects the influence of several languages is; between AD 500 and 1200, invaders from several countries conquered parts of Britain. This era is regarded as the Anglo-Saxon settlement of Britain, which transformed the culture and language of the British.
Between AD1500 and 1200, invaders from several countries conquered parts of Britain. The invaders who spoke various languages blended with the British locals and had to blend in with them, which caused variations in modern English. This is proof that modern English reflects the influence of several languages.
B. Between AD 500 and 1200, invaders from several countries conquered parts of Britain. Many invaders from other countries came to Britain with the intention of conquering it. Before them, there were Normans (contemporary French), Scandinavians, and Romans. This is why today's English is a mash-up of many languages: it contains several Latin (from the Romans), French (from the Normans), and Germanic (from the Germans) words (from the Scandinavians)
What are the main arguments of "If Black English Isn't a Language, Then Tell Me, What Is?" Select all that apply