Chapter_5_Geo_Answers[1] - Languages(NW Europe and LA...

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1. 2 2. French and English 3. 7299 4. Mandarin, Spanish, Hindi, English, Arabic 5. Asia, Africa, Pacific 6. Language is like a language 7. interaction and isolation 8. 50 9. English 10. India 11. 2000 B.C. 12. Jutes, Angles, Saxons 13. Jutes-northern Denmark, Angles-southern Denmark, Saxons-northwestern Germany 14. Anglo-Saxons 15. Angles’ Land 16. English 17. Modern English 18. Viking Invasion 19. Norman Invasion 20. Dialect 21. British Received Pronunciation 22. Isolation 23. Vocabulary, Spelling, and Pronunciation 24. colonists from England 25. Atlantic Ocean 26. English 27. Indo-European language family 28. Language Group 29. Language Family 30. Language Branch 31. Indo-Iranian (South Asia), Romance Languages (SW Europe and LA), Germanic
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Unformatted text preview: Languages (NW Europe and LA), Balto-Salvic Languages (Eastern Europe) 32. Indo-Iranian, 1 billion 33. Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian 34. Creole language 35. English 36. 6 37. Arabic, Chinese, French, English, Russian, Spanish 38. U.S., Japan, Germany, United Kingdom, France 39. int’l law, int’l security, economic development, social progress, human rights 40. headquarters in NYC 41. diffused primarily through warfare and conquest and resulted from peaceful sharing of food 42. Krugan people and Anatolian Hearth Theory 43. Franglais 44. Denglish 45. Spanglish...
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Chapter_5_Geo_Answers[1] - Languages(NW Europe and LA...

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