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All the common languages share the ancient English language as their root. The commonalities are still evident, similar to how Spanish, French, and Italian share Latin origins. Unearthed and preserved books and disks are usually in English, and it has become the language of ancient scholars and mystics.

Spoken English is rare. It never became a truly dead language thanks to the prevalence of recordings, but dialects blossomed and merged during the burn, becoming new principle languages in time. Still, knowing English gives one a better chance of communicating with some forgotten backwater, isolated borderland, or long-slumbering entity,