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  1. 21/07/2022 · It is possible that in Anglo-Frisian, Proto-Germanic /ɛː/ simply remained a front vowel, developing to Old English ǣ or ē without ever passing through an intermediate stage as the back vowel [ɑː]. [2]

    Late Old English (anglian), C. 1000
    Middle English Pronunciation, C. 1400
    Modern English Spelling, C. 1500
    Early Modern English Pronunciation, C.
    a; æ; ea; ā+CC; often ǣ+CC,ēa+CC; occ.
    /a/
    a
    /a/
    a; æ; ea; ā+CC; often ǣ+CC,ēa+CC; occ.
    (leng.) /aː/ [æː]
    aCV
    /ɛː/
    e; eo; occ. y; ē+CC; ēo+CC; occ.
    /e/
    e
    /ɛ/
    e; eo; occ. y; ē+CC; ēo+CC; occ.
    /e/
    (+r) ar
    /ar/
  2. 05/08/2022 · The earliest forms of English, collectively known as Old English, evolved from a group of West Germanic ( Ingvaeonic) dialects brought to Great Britain by Anglo-Saxon settlers in the 5th century and further mutated by Norse-speaking Viking settlers starting in the 8th and 9th centuries.

  3. 03/08/2022 · Wikipedia is a free multilingual open-source wiki -based online encyclopedia edited and maintained by a community of volunteer editors, started on 15 January 2001 (21 years ago) as an English-language encyclopedia.

  4. 29/07/2022 · This is the incremental dump files for the Old English Wikipedia that is generated by the Wikimedia Foundation on July 29, 2022. Skip to main content Due to a planned power outage on Friday, 1/14, between 8am-1pm PST, some services may be impacted.

  5. 05/08/2022 · English orthography is the writing system used to represent spoken English, [1] [2] allowing readers to connect the graphemes to sound and to meaning. [3] It includes English's norms of spelling, hyphenation, capitalisation, word breaks, emphasis, and punctuation .

  6. 04/08/2022 · England became inhabited more than 800,000 years ago, as the discovery of stone tools and footprints at Happisburgh in Norfolk has indicated. [1] The earliest evidence for early modern humans in Northwestern Europe, a jawbone discovered in Devon at Kents Cavern in 1927, was re-dated in 2011 to between 41,000 and 44,000 years old. [2]