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Old November 01, 2009, 11:20 AM
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The Spanish language influence on modern Italian - Italian Roman influence on Spanish

The Spanish language influence on modern Italian - Italian Roman influence on Spanish
One notable defining moment in the history of the Italian language came between 1500 and 1850. It was due to invasion a proposito. The rulers of Spain invaded and occupied Italy down to Rome and the Vatican in the mid-16th century. This occupation left a lasting influence upon the formerly irregular Italian grammar, simplifying it to conform more with the dominant Spanish language.

Been trying to tell you how similar Spanish and Italian are.

It's interesting to note that Spain or what was too become Spain was invaded by the Romans and the Spanish language itself comes from Latin the same language Italian comes from. Latin was spoken in Spain for 840 years. So Spanish and Italian were already very similar and then this modern Spanish influence on top of it. For me this is all so interessante.
   
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Really actually none's speaks Latin again, it's very weird sometimes to listen in some places, even thought everybody knows that the languages were gotten of the Latin, and well just the Latin was very spoken before of the modern life, now nowadays exist a little information above it, only if you've the interesting to search the real language.


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