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adjectives adopted adverb alliteration apophony authors back-formations belong Ben Jonson Beowulf borrowed called century Chaucer classical consonant corresponding Danes Danish derived dialect Dickens Dictionary elements ending Engl England English language especially everyday expression fact Fitzedward Hall foreign words formation French words genitive George Eliot German Germanic languages give grammar guage ideas important influence instance Keltic later Latin words learned less linguistic literary loan-words loans manner meaning mentioned Middle English Milton Modern English names nation native words natural Norse noun number of words Old English Old Norse ordinary originally perhaps period phonetic phrases plural poetical poetry poets preposition pronoun pronunciation prose Scand Scandi Scandinavian sense sentences Shakesp Shakespeare signification Similarly singular Slavic languages sometimes sound speak speech Sprache stress substantive syllable synonyms syntax taken Tennyson tense Thackeray things thou tions tongue verb vocabulary vowel vulgar write