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What percentage of English language words are derivatives of Latin?

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What percentage of English language words are derivatives of Latin?

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Not all English is derived from Greek or Latin. German is overrated as a source of English, but it is still very important. The Celtics brought an early Germanic type of language to England. Enter the Romans and Latin. So Latin had some influence on the Celtic languages. The Anglo Saxons entered England next & this was almost pure German or Old English. The Vikings came next. The Scandanavian languages are a group of languages originally known as North German. The Anglo-Saxons came out of the group of Middle German or Central German. Southern German went into Southern Europe with the Visigoths & Lombards. Then came the Norman invasion. What we have here is a Scandanavian influenced French. Keeping in mind that French is one of the Romance Languages or languages derived from Latin. Anglo Saxon said pig or swine for the animal on the hoof. Norman French introduced pork or the meat on the table. AS. Ox for the animal on the hoof. NF Beef for the animal on the table. A good portion of our

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