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  1. L' inglese (nome nativo: English, /ˈɪŋglɪʃ/) è una lingua indoeuropea appartenente al ramo occidentale delle lingue germaniche, assieme all' olandese, all' alto e basso tedesco e al frisone, con i quali conserva un'evidente somiglianza, ma dalla sua fase storica mediana mostra anche un avvicinamento alle lingue germaniche settentrionali .

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  2. Benvenuti al portale della lingua inglese, il portale che vi permetterà di esplorare il mondo della famosa lingua. L' inglese (nome nativo English, IPA: ['ɪŋglɪʃ]) è una lingua indoeuropea appartenente al ramo occidentale delle lingue germaniche, assieme all' olandese, all'alto e basso tedesco, al fiammingo e al frisone.

  3. e. English is a West Germanic language in the Indo-European language family. Originating in early medieval England, [3] [4] [5] today English is both the most spoken language in the world [6] and the third most spoken native language, after Mandarin Chinese and Spanish. [7]

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    Editors of the English Wikipedia have pioneered some ideas as conventions, policies or features which were later adopted by Wikipedia editions in some of the other languages. These ideas include "featured articles", the neutral-point-of-view policy, navigation templates, the sorting of short "stub" articles into sub-categories, dispute resolution m...

    The English Wikipedia reached 4,000,000 registered user accounts on 1 April 2007, over a year since the millionth Wikipedianregistered an account in February 2006. Over 1,100,000 editors have edited Wikipedia more than 10 times.Over 30,000 editors perform more than 5 edits per month, and over 3,000 perform more than 100 edits per month. On March 1,...

    English varieties

    One controversy in the English Wikipedia concerns which national variety of the English language is to be preferred, two candidates being American English and British English. Suggestions range from standardizing upon a single form of English to forking the English Wikipedia project.[citation needed]A style guideline states, "the English Wikipedia has no general preference for a major national variety of the language" and "an article on a topic that has strong ties to a particular English-spe...

    Disputed articles

    A 2013 study from Oxford University concluded that the most disputed articles on the English Wikipedia tended to be broader issues, while on other language Wikipedias the most disputed articles tended to be regional issues; this is due to the English language's status as a global lingua franca, which means that some who edit the English Wikipedia have English as their second language. The study stated that the most disputed entries on the English Wikipedia were: George W. Bush, anarchism, Muh...

    Threats against high schools

    Incidents of threats of violence against high schools on Wikipedia have been reported in the press. The Glen A. Wilson High School was the subject of such a threat in 2008, and a 14-year-old was arrested for making a threat against Niles West High Schoolon Wikipedia in 2006.

    A "WikiProject" is a group of contributors who want to work together as a team to improve Wikipedia. These groups may focus on a specific topic area (for example, women's history), a specific location or a specific kind of task (for example, checking newly created pages). As of August 2022, the English Wikipedia had over 2,000 WikiProjects, for whi...

    Community-produced news publications include The Signpost. The Signpost (previously known as The Wikipedia Signpost) is the English Wikipedia's newspaper. It is managed by the Wikipedia community and is published online weekly.Each edition contains stories and articles related to the Wikipedia community. The publication was founded in January 2005 ...

    Ayers, Phoebe; Matthews, Charles; Yates, Ben (2008). "12. Community and Communication §§ Communicating with Other Editors". How Wikipedia Works: And how You Can be a Part of it. No Starch Press. pp...
    Hoffman, David A.; Mehra, Salil (2010). "Wikitruth Through Wikiorder". Emory Law Journal. 59(2010).
    Hyatt, Josh. "Secrets of Greatness: Great Teams". Fortune. 1 June 2006.
    Lih, Andrew (2009). The Wikipedia Revolution: How a Bunch of Nobodies Created the World's Greatest Encyclopedia (First ed.). New York City: Hyperion. ISBN 978-1-4013-0371-6.(alkaline paper).
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  4. La Wikipedia in inglese (English Wikipedia) è l'edizione in lingua inglese di Wikipedia. Nata il 15 gennaio 2001, è la prima edizione di Wikipedia a essere stata lanciata ed è anche quella con più voci, avendo 6 717 222 voci al 21 settembre 2023.

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  5. Differentemente dall'inglese moderno, l'inglese antico è una lingua sintetica ed è, in generale, pronunciato come scritto. Mantiene quattro casi del protoindoeuropeo: nominativo, genitivo, dativo, accusativo, e sopravvivono tracce di altri due casi: vocativo e strumentale.