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English is a language of the western group of the German branch of the Indo-European language family. The closest language to English at the festival is Frisian. It is also associated with Dutch, Flemish (a Dutch dialect spoken in Belgium)
and Lower German dialects. English was born in the 6th century AD in England, a country south of the island of Great Britain in the North Atlantic Ocean. It is currently the main language of the United
Kingdom, Ireland, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and many islands in the Caribbean and Pacific. English is the mother tongue of about 370 million people. It ranks third in the world in terms of the number of native speakers.
Mother Tongue: About 36 Crores (2001) 
Second Language: About 25 Crores (2001) 
From ≈ 160 crore (2004) 
54 countries and 26 non-sovereign entities
Commonwealth of Nations
In countries where English is an official or de facto official language, or the national language and where the majority of the population speaks fluent English
In countries where English is an official language but not the main language
EN (ISO 639-1)
Eighty percent of the English vocabulary is of foreign origin.  The remaining 30 percent of English words are of Old English, Anglo-Saxon and German origin. A
German-derived words are considered pure English words. Beowulf, written sometime between the 8th and 11th centuries, is considered to be one of the earliest examples of the English language. William Shakespeare is the best writer in English.
From the 18th century to the 20th century, when the British colonized the world and the United States became the superpower, the English world became the lingua franca by the middle of the 20th century.
Eis currently the second most studied language in the world. Former multilingual English colonies like South Africa, India, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore adopted English as lingua franca or co-official language after independence. In all, 850 million non-native speakers use English as a foreign language.
 As a major language in modern electronic, telecommunications and computer technology, world trade and diplomacy, English has a huge impact on the daily lives of people around the world. And the origin of the English language from the Jute language. These tribes set foot on the south and east coasts of the British Isles around.
450 AD and drove the Celtic-speaking tribes north and west to Scotland, Cornwall, Wales and Ireland. The language of the mouths of these invading Germanic tribes formed the basis of the ancient English language. In the 600’s, consonants moved for the second time in the upper German dialects spoken in southern Germany.
the lower German dialects spoken in northern Germany and the Dutch did not have a second consonant shift (with which English is most closely related); There was no second sound transfer in English like these. Later, the ancient Norse language of the Norwegian Viking invaders in the 8th and 9th centuries also had a profound effect on Old English.
In 106, the Normans, living in the Narmada region of northern France, invaded England by crossing the English Channel. For almost 300 years after the Norman conquest of England, the kings of England were of Norman descent, and at that time royal and administrative functions were carried.
out only in a kind of Old French spoken by the Normans. During this period a large number of French words were assimilated into Old English, most of the English language was lost, and as a result Middle English emerged. Among the most famous literary works in Old and Middle English are Beowulf and Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales.
The great vowel movement took place around 1500 and the modern English language emerged. The whole of modern English literature, including Shakespeare’s works, is written in this modern English. According to Ethnologue, the textbook of language research, the number of native speakers of English is about 340 million. According to the number of mother tongues, English is followed by Mandarin, Hindi and Spanish.
Due to the political, economic, scientific and cultural influence of England and later the United States, English has become more widespread than any other language in the world. English is the national or official language of about 52 countries. 35% of the world’s Internet users speak English. Due to the widespread use of English in modern communication and various professions, it is currently the second most studied language in the world. Most of the new international terminology of culture and technology comes from English.