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God wrote:The French parts of English probably are mostly derived fro mLatin, beause French is a Romance language. There is some Farsi (Persian) in English. The word pronounced "Barodar" in Farsi means brother in English.
Nadia_Nerd wrote:God wrote:The French parts of English probably are mostly derived fro mLatin, beause French is a Romance language. There is some Farsi (Persian) in English. The word pronounced "Barodar" in Farsi means brother in English.
But the word brother isn't from Persian. It's so similar because Persian is an Indo-European language and it (like all other Indo-European languages) share many similarities with English when it comes to words.
Brother in many other Indo-european languages:
Brathair (Irish Gaelic)
You can read about Indo-European languages here:
yoo_hoo wrote:Well, the Russians got it right in one!!! Lol I can't believe that is the Russian word...
Well, we all know the first language came from the cavemen (and cavewomen ) but cavemen all over must have made different words, and they might have come together and exchanged a few words and the other cavemen were all "Hey, I like that word, lets add it to our language.
I'm not sure whether it was theory or not when they said the Earth broke into continents, was it a theory or was it 100 percent certain and true?
If they broke up the continents, then cavemen in England probably named their language English.
Of course, that was just my theory with no proof behind it!
Don't argue with me, I won't argue back because this is just a theory!!!
Jonathon wrote:Read the damn threads you #&*$face this is about languages
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