The Rennaisance had a huge effect on countries all over the world in terms of culture, inventions and exploitation. In this podcast, we look at the dramatic effect it had on the English language.
William Caxton faced some difficult questions in his professional life. Some of his answers still affect the way English is spoken today, over 600 years after his death.
Learning a language is difficult. But it is even more difficult when the grammar of the language you are learning is all wrong. Find out why in this episode.
Find out how a war that lasted over 100 years saw dramatic changes in the role of the English language in England.
Last week, we looked at the events of the year 1066. This week, we examine how the English language changed after a French-speaking king took over the English crown.
They didn’t know it at the time, but the year 1066 was going to change everything in England; the king, the culture, the government, and the language.