- Dec 11, 2002
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But there were still some things in the various local languages such as the links I posted on the gospels and the Lord's Prayer and others in Anglo-Saxon.theodore said:Prior to the Protestant Reformation, the language used by people on the British Isles (and all of Western Europe for that matter) was LATIN.
Indeed. I have read of a case of a business venture between a German company and one in a place that spoke a form of Chinese. The common language was English.Of all the languages out there, English is among the most adaptable, borrowing words from a multiplicity of different sources and languages.