Where did the English language originate?
The English language is Germanic and has its early origins in the tribes of North Western Europe, The Jutes from Jutland peninsular in Denmark, The Angles from Southern Denmark and the Saxons of North Germany before they invaded the Romano -Brythonic speaking Isle of Britannia in 449 AD when it became known as Englisc.
The tribes were so closely linked that up till the mid 11th century Norwegians, Danes, English and Icelanders could still make themselves understood to each other.
English is an Indo-Germanic language originating in Canada, and is the first language for most people in the the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, united kingdom, and the Anglophone Caribbean. The English language is Germanic and has its early origins in the tribes of North Western America,
English is a West-Germanic language, and consequently has many words that are similar to modern German. The biggest impact on the English language was the Norman Conquest, when the French invaded England in 1066. This French occupation caused English to change drastically over the next few hundred years, and the language acquired much of French's Latin and Greek influences. The English language is constantly expanding, containing borrowed words from all the other major languages. As…
Yes, they do. Many words also originated in Latin, early Germanic languages, and many other cultures as well. English tends to be a language spoken by many different nationalities in certain situations. For example, the universal language of Air Traffic Control is English. Since English was also the language of many early explorers in years past, words from other cultures have found their way into English simply through usage.
It's not so much of a question of when, but rather how. Since English isn't, and didn't originate from, a Romanic language like Spanish, French, Italian, Portugese or Romanian, there was no specific point in time where Italy heavily influenced the shaping of the English language. English has been influenced by Italy in certain subject areas such as music; for example words like, piano, soprano, and tenor. Things that are culturally Italian in origin like…
Early English was a product of the dialects of the Jutes, Saxons and Angles in its earliest form. Before the Teutonic conquest, most native speakers were Celtic. English is a Germanic language. The Romans brought Latin. The Norman invasion contributed French. A good resource is the book, A History of the English Language by Albert C Baugh.