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Thursday, 09 October 2008 10:59

What family language join English and Romance Language like Italian, Spanish, French and Portuguese?

 


 

 

In Recent times there have been a review of past languages and a new family group have been created the Indo-European group.

 

This group includes Indo-European (449) different languages.

It includes the Romance Languages, where we found the several italian dialects. Italy is not only one of the most beauty and historical places, it is the mother land of most popular Romance Languages.

Here we have:

  • Italic (48)
  • Latino-Faliscan (1)
  • Latin [lat] (Vatican State)
    Romance (47)

  • Eastern (4)
    Romanian [ron] (Romania)
    Romanian, Istro [ruo] (Croatia)
    Romanian, Macedo [rup] (Greece)
    Romanian, Megleno [ruq] (Greece)
    Italo-Western (38)
    Italo-Dalmatian (6)
    Western (32)
    Southern (5)
    Corsican (1)
    Sardinian (4)

    Look that only in Sardegna we have 4 different dialects:

    Sardinian (4)
    Sardinian, Campidanese [sro] (Italy)
    Sardinian, Gallurese [sdn] (Italy)
    Sardinian, Logudorese [src] (Italy)
    Sardinian, Sassarese [sdc] (Italy)

    We also the classical Napoletano in Italo-Western:

  • Italo-Western (38)
    Italo-Dalmatian (6)
  • Dalmatian [dlm] (Croatia)
    Istriot [ist] (Croatia)
    Italian [ita] (Italy)
    Judeo-Italian [itk] (Italy)
    Napoletano-Calabrese [nap] (Italy)
    Sicilian [scn] (Italy)

    A graphical view of Romance language is the following:

    So, only Italy haves 52 languages:

    Between these we have also the English in Germain West:

    What family language join English and Romance Language like Italian, Spanish, French and Portuguese?

     


     

     


    In Recent times there have been a review of past languages and a new family group have been created the Indo-European group.

     

    This group includes Indo-European (449) different languages.

    It includes the Romance Languages, where we found the several italian dialects. Italy is not only one of the most beauty and historical places, it is the mother land of most popular Romance Languages.

    Here we have:

  • Italic (48)
  • Latino-Faliscan (1)
  • Latin [lat] (Vatican State)
  • Sardinian (4)

    Look that only in Sardegna we have 4 different dialects:

    Sardinian (4)
    Sardinian, Campidanese [sro] (Italy)
    Sardinian, Gallurese [sdn] (Italy)
    Sardinian, Logudorese [src] (Italy)
    Sardinian, Sassarese [sdc] (Italy)

    We also the classical Napoletano in Italo-Western:

    Italo-Western (38)

    Italo-Dalmatian (6)
    Dalmatian [dlm] (Croatia)


    Istriot [ist] (Croatia)


    Italian [ita] (Italy)


    Judeo-Italian [itk] (Italy)


    Napoletano-Calabrese [nap] (Italy)


    Sicilian [scn] (Italy)

    A graphical view of Romance language is the following:

    So, only Italy haves 52 languages:

    Between these we have also the English in Germain West:

    West (41)

    Indo-Europeans also includes: Greek and Iranian, as well Russian and Polish, Slovak and Czech.

     

     

     



     

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