French and German are changed by convention, i.e. an academy of experts who make a decision. English doesn't have this, it changes by itself. This is of course far more organic, which is why most new words nowadays come from English. It's wildly creative and unfettered by conservatism. So, yes, it's changing all the time.
One example: "they" is now also a singular neuter pronoun. It's not in the books yet, but no one notices anything wrong if you use it to mask whether it's a he or she.
Another: "access" used to be a noun, but now it's also a verb meaning to gain access.
There are thousands of examples, in vocabulary, pronunciation, abreviation, grammar, etc.
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