Normans began to intermarry with those they had conquered.
The Anglo-Normans eventually lost their French territory across the Channel.
The Normans never conducted important institutes of society such as religion, law, science and literature in French.
The Old-English vernacular, both written and spoken, was simply too well established and too vigorous.
The loss of Old English word endings, which were replaced by prepositions.
Under the influence of French, the sound that was written as 'y' was replaced by 'u'.
The triangle of Oxford, Cambridge and London was established. RP (received pronunciation) was born.
Words could now be used much more freely. That is, you were now allowed to use 'nouns' as 'verbs', which made the language easier for the common man.
A nobleman who, in name of the King, ordered 200 men to journey to India to settle there.
A nobleman who drowned in a storm with the famous last words 'We are as neer to heaven by sea as by land.'
A nobleman who chartered two ships to sail to the New World in 1584, and reached the shores of North Carolina on 13 July.
A nobleman who succesfully established the first permanent settlement on the shores of America.
A law in Quebec, Canada, that says French is the language of the majority of the population and therefore the only official language.
A law that forbids English-speaking Canadians to move to the provence of Quebec, in order to prevent further deterioration of the French tongue.
A law in France that was enacted to abolish a number of loan words from English and to replace them with pure, French words, such as 'l'ordinateur' instead of 'personal computer'
Both are true
Both are false
1. is true and 2. is false
1 is false and 2. is true.