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I would like to get the necessary information that answer the following questions:
Who conquered England between 1050 and 1080 ac?
Which language did the conquerors speak?
Who was the main person responsible in developing the new English language?
Which was the official language for the written texts in that time?
Which languages were mixed in order to develop and improve the new English language?
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I could just tell you these things, but if your teacher has set this research s/he probably intends that you should read around in relevant materials to get a sense of the period, and how people record the story of English. Just asking for the facts defeats the task, surely? Use Google - this info is easily available on line.
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I agree with suzi.

And I would like to comment on the last question you list: It makes it sound as if someone ORGANIZED the evolution of the English language -- which has never happened to any language in the history of the world except for Esperanto. As someone who has spent a fair amount of time immersed in many of the varieties of early English (altho' I am no expert), I am not so sure that one can say definitively that the language was "improved". I suspect that here the meaning of "improved" is the same as when a real estate developer drains a swamp in order to build a subdivision and kills a whole lot of birds and fish in the process. Just an opinion. Emotion: wink
An interesting book (although by no means a complete reference) on this topic is 'Speak, a short history of languages', by Tore Janson. Emotion: geeked
I would like to get the necessary information that answer the following questions:

Who conquered England between 1050 and 1080 ac?

*** The Normans. They came from France.

Which language did the conquerors speak?

*** French

Who was the main person responsible in developing the new English language?

*** I don't think any one person was. After the French invaded, the upper classes in England started speaking French. Only the peasants were left speaking English. Technically, it was they who developed the new English, and they did it by reducing the inflections of the language, adding helping verbs, and learning how to spell as atrociously as the French did.

Which was the official language for the written texts in that time?

*** I don't know whether there was one. If so, it might have been Latin. Hmm.

Which languages were mixed in order to develop and improve the new English language?

*** English, French, Latin and Norse
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