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Revision as of 10:53, 25 November 2003

There are a few Languages that are of interest to people in the SCA. Most notably French, Old English and Latin. Most members of the SCA speak English.

Languages change over time and there exists the opinion that schools should follow this change. In fact the opposite is true, schools should help slow or arrest changes to languages as lingual consistency makes communication with our past possible (albeit that communication is one way). The article on Old English gives some example of the gradual changes to English.

See also