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Can you check the following sentences for me? Let me know how I can improve them, please.

1) England was invaded by some Germanic tribes, known under the name of (?) the Anglo-Saxons, then by the Vikings, who were defecate by the Normans.
2) As far as religion s concerned (?), Christianity retreated into the western parts of the country.
In the sixth century the monk Augustine was sent by Pope Gregory I the Great to convert the Anglo-Saxons to Christianity.
3) Under the Norman rule (?) society was organised according to a feudal system. (or a feudal system was adopted)
4) In 409 AD the Romans left the island, that was then invaded by the Anglo-Saxons, then (??) by the Vikings and finally by the Normans.
5) Try to start your sentences with the subject rather than with a local complement (??): in medieval society the Church played a fundamental role. Better: the Church played a fundamental role in …..
6) Three languages were spoken in England during the Middle Ages: French by the aristocracy ( or: French was used by the aristocracy), Anglo-Saxon by the people and Latin by the Church.

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    1) England was invaded by some Germanic tribes, known as Anglo-Saxons, then by the Vikings, who were defeated by the Normans.


    2) As far as religion is concerned, Christianity retreated into the western parts of the country. In the sixth century, the monk Augustine was sent by Pope Gregory I the Great to convert the Anglo-Saxons to Christianity.

    3) Under Norman rule, society was feudal.

    4) In 409 AD, the Romans left the island, which was then invaded by the Anglo-Saxons, then by the Vikings, and finally by the Normans.

    5) The Church played a fundamental role in ...

    6) Three languages were spoken in England during the Middle Ages: French by the aristocracy, Anglo-Saxon by the common people, and Latin by Churchmen.

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