Why Latin and Romance languages are similar

Sentences that refer to both

Sentences that refer to both
  and 

  • The Gauls mixed with Roman settlers and eventually adopted Roman culture and Roman speech (Latin, from which the French language evolved).France-Wikipedia
  • The German term Deutschland, originally diutisciu land ("the German lands") is derived from, descended from Old High German diutisc "of the people" (from diot or diota "people"), originally used to distinguish the language of the common people from Latin and its Romance descendants.Germany-Wikipedia
  • Latin, the literary language of the Western Roman Empire, was gradually replaced by vernacular languages which evolved from Latin, but were distinct from it, collectively known as Romance languages.Middle Ages-Wikipedia
  • The Latin language of the Romans evolved into the Romance languages of the medieval and modern world, while Medieval Greek became the language of the Eastern Roman Empire.Roman Empire-Wikipedia
  • In addition, Polish was profoundly influenced by Latin and other Romance languages like Italian and French as well as Germanic languages (most notably German), which contributed to a large number of loanwords and similar grammatical structures.Polish language-Wikipedia
  • This usage derived from the term "Romance languages", which referred to vernacular (or popular) language in contrast to formal Latin.Romanticism-Wikipedia

    This will create an email alert.  Stay up to date on result for: Latin & Romance languages