Just a short correction of things I noticed in the last posts (for the people that just read the forums and would take things for real because one of the "scientists" stated them):
French is a romanic language, although women think it´s romantic.
English is a germanic language, like German ,Dutch, Swedish and so on.English doesn´t come from German, they just share the same roots.
English is so diverse because the British Isles were settled by so many different tribes...there were Celtics,Vikings,Anglo-Saxons,Latins and Normans.
Aglo-Saxons have little to nothing to do with the people the Germans now know as Saxons. Saxony was an old tribe area in the far north of Germany ,now known as "Lower Saxony". The name wandered because it was claimed by a new dynasty.Same thing as for "Prussia". "Angeln" until now is a landscape in Schleswig-Holstein, also far north.
Gera never has been a saxon city, it belonged to the ancient principality of Reuss,nowadays is a part of Thuringia.
Saxony is not a "municipality", it´s a state.
The little french bun is called croissant.
"Je ne sais pas..." means "I don´t know." What´s so funny about that?