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This pie-chart illustrates the influence of other languages on what is now the English language.

The Greek, Latin and Gallic (inc. Frankish; Britain was ruled by the Gallic Tetrarch) tongues were all spoken in the Roman Empire, which Britain was once part of and primary cause for their influence on the English language.

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