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FML    237

While I've been searching the web for understanding all the basic English concepts,I ran into a huge incertitude...''Global English'' term...

So...What's this?

I mean,sure...The English type that non-native speakers use all around the world,but...Is it moreover USA English or UK English?

Or neither?

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i truly believe that the english language has an old romanian root. from decebal to nowadays. because, the rom-english language spoken on the social media platforms has a big influence on the romanian music -> the reggaeton rhytms.

and i am not saying this only to make fun or a trolling session about this topic's subject. i do believe that romanian people are amazing and somehow they do have a special role about the english's birth.

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Artanis    185

English language has no romanian roots in it whatsoever... as far as I know, we have latin origins (and so does french people) which has nothing to do with the english language.

The rom-english is just a crappy language mix developed by regular Internet users.

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Artanis    185

:)) this has nothing to do with the english language, dude.

Better do some research next time when you post something like that. English language origins are german and frisian, actualy (this, I didn't know, but since there is Google for everyone....) http://www.bbc.co.uk/voices/multilingual/birth_of_english.shtml

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well, it has. there's a little story which tells that a decebal's predecessor has banged an italian gal at a party in rome. and that gal was the ancestor of columbus. so, thru him it has been flowed a very romanian blood. 

from this point of view, english lanugage has a romanian root. 

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Artanis    185
47 minutes ago, nimicspecial said:

well, it has. there's a little story which tells that a decebal's predecessor has banged an italian gal at a party in rome. and that gal was the ancestor of columbus. so, thru him it has been flowed a very romanian blood. 

from this point of view, english lanugage has a romanian root. 

=))=))

Now that's quite a story to tell to your kids at bedtime.

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FML    237
6 hours ago, nimicspecial said:

well, it has. there's a little story which tells that a decebal's predecessor has banged an italian gal at a party in rome. and that gal was the ancestor of columbus. so, thru him it has been flowed a very romanian blood. 

from this point of view, english lanugage has a romanian root. 

Nice one,but...

Columbus only discovered it,not spoke it for the 1st time ever.The English language was already there.It came from Britain (which,despite had Roman mercenaries, didn't take their language influences.)

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well, there's an another little story which tells that one of the england's kings had a romanian maid. and he had a secret affair with her thru which a romanian kid was born. later, it seemed that he was the ancestor of king mihai. 

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FML    237
1 hour ago, nimicspecial said:

well, there's an another little story which tells that one of the england's kings had a romanian maid. and he had a secret affair with her thru which a romanian kid was born. later, it seemed that he was the ancestor of king mihai. 

I know this one. Heard it few times.

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