Didn't I already ask you not to get your panties in a wad? Are you so p'ed off that I didn't add "s'il vou plais" that you now feel obligated to slander my family? A telling point of your character, indeed.<quoted text>
Good, if you understand the origins of English language then how can you say that English language originated in England? Your opinion, like Charleís opinion has no barring on the documented facts.
More mockery, jees you have it bad, I had no idea that you were such a misogynist moron. When I hear people like you vomiting sexist hatred it makes me wonder if you are only on topix because your wife has gone out to the bar to find herself a decent screw.
You may of course dismiss or deny this evidence out of hand, it makes no difference to the fact that Ďpremierí was relevant to the entire argument in that it is a word (of many) used in English that originated in France. And of course my quote and that you repeatedly misrepresent and for some reason you have not seen fit to provide. Until you do then your whole rant irrelevant?
FYI, the word premier is used in the English language and used to infer first. I.e. premier position Ė premier league (football (soccer))
Here let me try again
first in importance, order, or position; leading.
synonyms: leading, foremost, chief, principal, head, top-ranking, top, top-tier, prime, primary, first, highest, second to none, pre-eminent, main, senior, outstanding, master;
Or how about google translate English -> French
premier -> first
What it has to do with Quebec is that Canadaís joint official language is a dialect of French but of course you understood that Ė right?
Last I heard, the first recorded word in the English language is said to be "keel", which was recorded by Gildas in the 6th century. He spelt the word as cyulae
So, is it your claim that English evolved from olde to modern in Lithuania or Peru?
I've already stated that English is a polyglot language and thus has become the largest language. So? What is English for mosquito? What is French for vodka? I've also stated that the French are actively >inventing< technical "French" words in response to the influx of English. Feeling threatened? I find that "premierly" humorous.