She was indeed Henry VIII's 3rd wife.
In Great Britain, the country is led by the prime minister, who is supported by the cabinet and ministers. The prime minister is responsible for all decisions and policy. The next most important role in the British government is that of the deputy prime minister. Next is the cabinet which consists of high ranking, experienced political leaders, who meet to discuss what they believe to be the most important issues. The government's ministers are chosen by the prime minister from both the House of Commons and House of Lords.
The foundation of the English language was first built when the Angles, Saxons, and Jutes came to England. The Old Saxon language was the most spoken in England until the Vikings from mainly Norway and Denmark invaded Britain. This lead to many Scandinavian words entering the English Language. And when some Vikings settled in Normandy, they began to adopt French as their main language, eventually replacing Danish. And when they conquered England in 1066, they brought over and introduced around 30,000 French words to the ever growing English Language. The French addition to the English Language was the true start of Modern English. Answer
The situation is much more complex than is outlined above. The main framework of Modern English is still Old English, which was evolving long before the Normans invaded. The contact between Old Norse and Old English speakers had led to a simplification of the complex OE inflection system, and the adoption of many Norse words. Sometimes there were two similar words which came to have different meanings (skirt-ON, shirt, OE) and similar arrangements occurred later when Norman French (NOT Paris French) speakers tried to learn English. Again, similar words came to have different meanings . Chattel is from Old French, cattle is from Norman French. If there are 30,000 words of French origin in English, they have come from many sources over centuries, not with the Norman invasion, which gave words mainly to do with the nobility, and food (sheep (OE)-mutton, cow(OE) -beef etc). There were a great many borrowings from Latin at this and earlier times as well (especially ecclesiastical and law terms, from the influence of the Church) and later coinages and borrowings from Greek and other languages.
The slow change of Old English to Modern English (Early Modern in place by about middle of 16th century, late Modern by around middle of 18th century) belies the influence French and other languages had given that the Norman invasion took place in 1066. In addition to the above, the original Celtic language of Britain, while supplanted by Saxon in England, continued in place names (such as River Thames etc) so many geographical features (and therefore peoples' names) are Celtic in origin and many Celtic words (such as whiskey) came into English over the centuries.
People moved to or immigrated to the united states because there were more jobs here and better payment. (Better salary)
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