English has drawn from all sources. The language of Anglo-Saxon constitutes the core of English. The two great English-speaking countries, England and the United States, are disseminating it north, south, east and west over the entire world. English will become universal langauge. It is not limited by parallels of latitude, or meridians of longitude.
The Anglo-Saxon element supplies the essential parts of speech, the article, pronoun of all kinds, the preposition, the auxiliary verbs, the conjunctions, and the little particles which bind words into sentences and form the joints, sinews and ligaments of the language. It furnishes the most indispensable words of the vocabulary.
The second constituent element of present English is Latin which comprises those words derived directly from the old Roman and those which came indirectly through the French.
8. Italian： piano, violin, orchestra, canto, allegro, piazza, gazette, umbrella, gondola, bandit, etc.
16. Hybrid words