Casinos supporting English language
Despite its popularity around the world, English was once an obscure West German language spoken mostly by people who had left their homeland to settle elsewhere. It is also not the first language spoken in what is now known as "England," which was then speaking what is often referred to as "British" today and is closer to the Welsh language than modern English.
With roots primarily in German and Danish, why do we have do many Latin words? That's largely because the people who preceded the Angles, Saxons, and Jutes that brought the early forms of English to the British Isles were the Romans. They had brought Latin with them and after centuries of being there, had integrated their language into the area, especially in terms of technology they had imported. The Germanic tribes colonized the Latin language the same way that they did the British Isles.
Today English is a global lingua franca, spoken as the official language in over 60 sovereign nations around the world. It is the official language of the European Union and often a common ground for international business because it is encouraged as a second language in many countries that don't already use it as a standard for communication.