Middle English

Over 150 years after the 1066 French, or rather its Norman and pikardsky dialects actively made their rules and vocabulary in English. Later, when the Anjou empire has expanded its border, in English, and influenced other dialects. To a greater extent than others, used the Parisian dialect (also called tsentralnofrantsuzskim dialect). To date, in English there are many words borrowed into French (regard – respect, warrant, guarantee – guarantee, catch – catch" and many others). Since 1024 the power of the Capetian dynasty grew, and Parisian dialect began to prevail over all others in English. Over the past three millennia in the English literature, there are three languages: English, French and Latin. Century from 1154 called "dangerous age". At this time, Britain could completely disappear as a single state.

In 1362 the first time in the history of England was formed by the parliament, meeting in which we have conducted in English. And at this time English writer Chaucer began to create their works in English. Modern English has words Romance and Germanic origin. During the early New England tongue occur in the xv century. While in English literature has been stagnant, and language development occurred rapidly. Varied forms of expression, the structure of sentences.

The order of words in the sentence was of great importance, which was not in the ancient and Middle English. Speaking also developed (in the objective case was placed part of the predicate noun). On the origin of printing increased the number of people willing to learn. All these events occurred at a time when the development of the English language has reached stability, and gradually moving toward maturity. With the revival of scholarship in English passed the name of science, the arts (especially theater) and other words from different areas of the Latin language (arithmetic, astronomy, logic, tragedy, Comedy, position, index, memorandum, etc.). In New England during the formation of language, the revival of literature. Literary center of the country was London. And by that time the London dialect became the major dialect of England. His platform was east-central dialect, it spoke not only in London itself, but also in all the populated areas of the country. This dialect is used for communication at Oxford and Cambridge. From the middle of the xvii century, a period of maturity of the English language. English has become stable. In 1662 Royal Society of London was created by a committee that worked on fixing the language and protect it from any changes. Jonathan Swift was one of the members of this committee. He developed a "Proposal for correcting, improving and consolidating the English language." However, when in 1714 Britain bade farewell to the Queen Anne, and all committee members were barred from authorities, the work of Swift has remained unheeded. When in 1755 Samuel Johnson wrote a dictionary of English, he left the question of changes and improvements in language open. Since then there have been many historical events, influenced the development of the English language. However, it remained almost unchanged for several centuries, and so we can hear it now.