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Romance languages

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Romance languages in the world:Blue – French; Green – Spanish; Orange – Portuguese; Yellow – Italian; Red – Romanian
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Romance languages in the world:
Blue – French; Green – Spanish; Orange – Portuguese; Yellow – Italian; Red – Romanian

The Romance languages are a language family inside of the Indo-European languages. Originally they were spoken in south-west Europe. They have their origins in Latin. The most prominent Romance languages are French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Romanian.

[edit] List of Romance languages

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