El ingles tiene mucho vocabulario de origen frances. No me acuerdo exactamente per creo que es mas del 50%.
Del diccionario Merriam Webster:
Origin and Etymology of uncle
Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin avunculus mother's brother; akin to Old English ēam uncle, Welsh ewythr, Latin avus grandfather
First Known Use: 14th century
Me equivoqué al decir que mas del 50% del vocobulario ingles proviene del frances. Según este articulo de wikipedia, nada mas es el 45%. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_English_words_of_French_origin
El porcentaje de frances en ingles es tan alto porque los normandos tomaron el poder en inglaterra en 1066 y siguieron en poder varios siglos.
And French was created with the contact between the Latins and the Franks (that were related to the Germans). (I'm sorry, I can't speak in Spanish, but in Portuguese this sentence can be translated as: E Francês foi criado pelo contato entre os Latinos e os Francos (que são relacionados aos Alemães))
yes! English in originaly a Germanic language, but through the history it adopted many latin words... to be precise, English today possesses more latin words than germanic ones, but it still has Germanic pronunciation... and French has a similar story because it's originaly Romance language, but through history has adopted the Germanic pronunciation, and probably some words as well.