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How did The Bible change the English language?

The King James Bible is perhaps the most influential book in the development of the the English language.

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  1. Hi Kieron,
    Intersting little lesson.
    David Crystal has got a book coming out about this and in this entertaining (as always) presentation, he talks about the influence of the KJBible, which you might find interesting.

    Nice to watch of an evening, rather than endless Youtube-ing, I found :)

    http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/king-james-bible/english-speaking-union-lecture-professor-david-crystal

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