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Migration
P eople mov ed f
rom di
f ferent
part
s of
the
w or
ld.
Bri
ti
sh Emp i
re
int
roduced Engl
ish
to
the worl
d due
to
c ol
onisati
on
this
ma de it
the dominant
language i
n many countr
ies

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Ne w words

Borrowing
Lo a n w or
d s
are word
w e have `
borrowe d'
f
rom ano t
her l
angua ge.
French,
Greek and
Lati
n words
ma y
form a
large
po r
ti
on
of
the l
oan
w or
d s…

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Weakening ­ word l
o osing st
ren g th

Idiom ­ Speech for
m o r
express i
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h a t
can t
be understood
in i
ts
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ter
a l
f
orm
Narrowing ­
mo re
s pecif
ic i
n me aning
Me…

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Pronoun
"
o ne"
mo de rn readers
term i
t
as archai
c and i
t
represents
rece i
ved pronunci
ati
o n.
Media
p l
ays on
use of

persona l
pr
o nouns t
o cr
e at
e synthet
ic
pe r
sona l
i…

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