Who invented words and alphabets ?
Nobody knows for sure. Language was invented long before people started writing things down. That led to the invention of alphabets, but nobody is sure who invented the first one of those either. All we know for sure is that on the basis of what we know now (which is always subject to being changed by new discoveries sometime in the future), the oldest SURVIVING written language is Sanskrit. That would make the alphabet it used the oldest known as well. As for who “invented” English and all the other languages, it wasn’t any one person or even one group of people. Language evolved over a long period of years, just like people did, and their origins are as varied as the languages themselves. English was originally a Germanic language, like German, Dutch, and the Scandanavian dialects. But very little of the original Germanic roots remain. The Norman conquest of England in 1066, resulted in French becoming the “lingua franca” of the land. At first confined to the nobility, it eventually