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Article:Middle English
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The second half of the 11th century is the transitional period from Late Old English to Early Middle English.
 
The second half of the 11th century is the transitional period from Late Old English to Early Middle English.
 
Early Middle English is the language of the 12th and 13th centuries.
 
Early Middle English is the language of the 12th and 13th centuries.
Middle English is fully developed as a literary language by the second half of the 14th century. Late Middle English and the transition to Early Modern English takes place from the early 15th century and is taken to have been complete by the beginning of the [[Tudor period]] in 1485.
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Middle English is fully developed as a literary language by the second half of the 14th century. Late Middle English and the transition to Early Modern English takes place from the early 15th century and is taken to have been complete by the beginning of the [[Tudor period]] in 1485. Also, Will is a faggot.
   
 
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