Tanner McDonald & Michael Vo
EX: southerners in England pronounce words like grass and path with an /ah/ sound
EX: the Gothic language was widely spoken by people in Eastern and Northern Europe in the third century
EX: the line that separates those who say bucket or pail in America
EX: the Romance languages are spoken in southwextensive or as old as with language families, and archaeological evidence can confirm that the branches derived from the same family.estern Europe and Latin America
EX: Indo-European is the world's most extensively spoken language family
EX: originally applied to the language that the Arab traders used to communicate with Europeans in the Middle Age
EX: many countries that were once British colonies us English as their official language though few of their citizens can speak it
EX: Liberian English is spoken in Liberia
EX: shorts in English becomes chores in Spanglish
EX: BRP is recognized by many English speaking countries
EX: People look at the Egyptian Hieroglyphics as an ideogram because they used symbols to represent ideas.
EX: People who live in America learn how to speak English because that is what most people speak.