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Discussion » Questions » Language » Humorous answers, please: Why isn’t there a Royal Academy of the English Language, akin to the ones for other languages?

Humorous answers, please: Why isn’t there a Royal Academy of the English Language, akin to the ones for other languages?

 

 

Some examples:

The Royal Academy of the Italian Language was founded in 1583, currently headquartered in Florence, Italy. 

The French Academy was founded in 1635, currently headquartered in Paris, France.

The Royal Spanish Academy was founded in 1713, currently headquartered in Madrid, Spain. 

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Posted - September 7

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  • 5789
    Isn't English
    made up of other influences?

    Similar to American Standard Toilets.
    Nothing standard American there.
    Parts from all over the world
    make up their Product.

      September 13, 2020 6:20 PM MDT
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