Old English – Introduction and the Shift from G to Y

Old English, as we know it today, is the original Germanic language [group] spoken by the Angles, Saxon, and Jutes that migrated to the isle of Great Britain from around the 5th century to the 11th century leading up and through the Norman Invasion of 1066.  It is a language that is virtually unrecognizable compared to contemporary … Continue reading Old English – Introduction and the Shift from G to Y

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