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  • Under this title the book became famous in the English-speaking world.
  • But the real strength of the English middle class is in its serious portion. Cited from Selections from the Prose Works of Matthew Arnold, by Matthew Arnold
  • English, with its international importance, has introduced a lot of new words into the language.
  • The English non-league football task force is one of its most successful child projects.
  • The empire established the use of English in regions around the world.
  • BC proved more popular there and also spread to other English-speaking countries.
  • I wanted to know too how he was regarded in an ordinary middle-class English home. Cited from Oscar Wilde, Volume 1 (of 2), by Frank Harris
  • English is widely used over all of the island.
  • It served as the model for similar works in French, Spanish and English.
  • English: I carried the box into the house with my friend.
  • They are simply plain, middle-class English people, and yet they are very interesting. Cited from English Literature For Boys and Girls,
  • The non-fiction writing program is offered in the English department.
  • An attempt to break through the English lines was defeated.
  • English is the primary language of public education, government and most media outlets.
  • See the article on English country dance for more information.
  • However, the French seem to have been caught off guard by the English advance.
  • This left the French with a question of whether or not to advance towards the English.
  • In English law, the latter is always considered a crime, even in the most trying circumstances.
  • Russian and English play significant roles as second or third languages of education and communication.
  • He advanced to the English lines but ultimately fell back.
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Meaning of English

  • noun An indo-european language belonging to the west germanic branch; the official language of britain and the united states and most of the commonwealth countries
  • noun The people of england
  • noun The discipline that studies the english language and literature
  • noun (sports) the spin given to a ball by striking it on one side or releasing it with a sharp twist
  • adjective Of or relating to or characteristic of england or its culture or people
    English history, the English landed aristocracy, English literature
  • adjective Of or relating to the english language