The following are lists of words in the English language that are known as "loanwords" or "borrowings," which are derived from other languages. For purely native (Anglo-Saxon-derived) words, see List of English words of Anglo-Saxon origin. English words of African origin; List of English words of Afrikaans origin
History. Modern English spelling developed from about 1350 onwards, when—after three centuries of Norman French rule—English gradually became the official language of England again, although very different from before 1066, having incorporated many words of French origin (battle, beef, button, etc.).
Cambridge English Language Assessment ist eine gemeinnützige Organisation mit besonderem Fokus auf Forschung und Prüfungsentwicklung. 2008 feierte Cambridge Assessment 150-jähriges Bestehen. 1913 wurde mit dem CPE (Certificate of Proficiency in English) das erste Englischzertifikat für Nicht-Muttersprachler angeboten.
Legal English is the type of English as used in legal writing.In general, a legal language is a formalized language based on logic rules which differs from the ordinary natural language in vocabulary, morphology, syntax, and semantics, as well as other linguistic features, aimed to achieve consistency, validity, completeness and soundness, while keeping the benefits of a human-like language ...
Advanced Placement (AP) English Language and Composition (also known as AP English Language, APENG, or AP Lang) is a course and examination offered by the College Board as part of the Advanced Placement Program. When AP exams were first implemented, English Language and English Literature were initially combined. They separated in 1980.
Origin. It is disputed to what extent the various English-based creoles of the world share a common origin. The monogenesis hypothesis posits that a single language, commonly called proto–Pidgin English, spoken along the West African coast in the early sixteenth century, was ancestral to most or all of the Atlantic creoles (the English creoles of both West Africa and the Americas).
The Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program, or CELPIP (/ ˈ s ɛ l p ɪ p /), is an English language assessment tool which measures listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills. The test is administered by Paragon Testing Enterprises., a subsidiary of the University of British Columbia (UBC).