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Roman influence through Latin is reflected in modern English words dealing with these areas
Weegy: If the influence of Celtic upon Old English was slight, it was doubtless so because the relation of the Celt (see Celts) to the Anglo-Saxon (see Anglo-Saxons) was that of a submerged race and, as suggested above, [ because the Celt was not in a position to make any notable contribution to Anglo-Saxon civilization. It was quite otherwise with the second great influence exerted upon English—that of Latin—and the circumstances under which they met. Latin was not the language of a conquered people. It was the language of a higher civilization, a civilization from which the Anglo-Saxons had much to learn. Contact with that civilization, at first commercial and military, later religious and intellectual, extended over many centuries and was constantly renewed. It began long before the Anglo-Saxons came to England and continued throughout the Old English period. For several hundred years, while the Germanic tribes who later became the English were still occupying their continental homes, they had various relations with the Romans through which they acquired a considerable number of Latin words. Later when they came to England they saw the evidences of the long Roman rule in the island and learned from the Celts a few additional Latin words which had been acquired by them. And a century and a half later still, when Roman missionaries reintroduced Christianity into the island, this new cultural influence resulted in a really extensive adoption of Latin elements into the language. There were thus three distinct occasions on which borrowing from Latin occurred before the end of the Old English period, and it will be of interest to consider more in detail the character and extent of these borrowings. ] User: i meant out of these answers law commerce math government military science Weegy: law User: there is more then one answer Weegy: science (More)
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what does the root word coro mean
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Coro is a Spanish word mostly used by Dominicans. it means party or hanging out.
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Phrases can also be classified by the “head” of the phrase, which is the key word in the phrase. Here are the types and example:

* Prepositional phrase: in the car, behind the tree
* Noun phrases: the purple cow, a funny clown
* Verb phrases: eat pizza, chasing a wild goose
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In linguistics, a verb phrase or VP is a syntactic unit composed of at least one verb and its dependents—objects, complements and other modifiers—but not always including the subject.
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Adjective phrase
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An adjective phrase (or adjectival phrase) is a phrase whose head word is an adjective, e.g. fond of steak, very happy, quite upset about it, etc.
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A gerund phrase will begin with a gerund, an ing word, and might include other modifiers and/or objects. Gerund phrases always function as nouns, so they will be subjects, subject complements, or objects in the sentence. Read these examples:

Eating ice cream on a windy day can be a messy experience if you have long, untamed hair.
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