Closest Language To English
Which language is closer to English? 3
English is very interesting with a mixture of Greek, Latin, Celtic, German and Nordic influences.
If you compare English with other European languages like German, Dutch, Swedish and Norwegian, which one is closer to English?
Swedish is very similar to Danish, and many aspects of English look very German ...
Is English a sister language with sentence structure and pronunciation?
I thought it was German, but now I think Dutch is the closest thing to English.
Or is English really unique, different from other languages?
English is a German language.
Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either.
English is not a mixture of the languages you enter, it is almost non-existent. It is the closest German language to German.
The effect of clicks is due to the fact that they are treated as language patterns that may have been observed during the Renaissance. Latin rules were exclusively included in English. They don't really matter, but they are. Floating participles and the last sentence containing prepositions are two of tse.
Sweden and Denmark are very close because the two countries have a common border, trade, historically cross the border and have a common history. Germany is also close. Like Norway. The Anglo-Saxons (England) existed because the German tribes (Saxons) invaded England and the North (Vikings) conquered the coast and the north of England, England and Ireland.
Latin is the international language throughout Europe. It certainly influenced other European languages. France invaded England (and England) after the conquest of Norman (French) King William I, who took control of England and took the throne at the Battle of Hastings.
Entered the Greek language through click studies, which was widely used during the Renaissance.
If you study the language and the history of the language and the history of the countries where it is spoken, you will know some things.