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  • SPANISH

    20 27.03%
  • PORTUGUESE

    3 4.05%
  • FRENCH

    10 13.51%
  • ITALIAN

    20 27.03%
  • ROMANIAN

    13 17.57%
  • other (specify it)

    8 10.81%
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Thread: What's your favourite Romance Language?

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    I like Italian and some dialects, especially Venetian ( my mothertongue is Spanish).

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    Occitanian, the language of the troubadours

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    It is too much for me to say "favourite" but if I have to picked someone,
    then it will be castillian. I always liked the sounding of spanish, idk why.
    Other languages, similar to italian and french are too weired. And as I
    like many things about France and Italy, then one thing always was too
    weired for me - the sounding of languages. Spanish is quite different.

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    Maybe I'm mistaken being a Romanian speaker, but it seems to me that the Romanian language sounds more like Portuguese.

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    In the absolute, American Castillian/Spanish. It is the more widespread one. And, if we drew a cluster of all the Romance languages, Castillian would be in the middle, as it is the one having empirical/practical affinities with all the others.

    But otherwise, if I had to relocate in an official trilingue commune in the Grisons, I would opt for the Romansh without hesitation, or in a trilingue commune of the Southern-Tyrol, I would choose Ladin. They are more respectful of the particularities, they share the same substrata with the other Alpine languages, and when in danger of extinction, have fought for their survival or even thriving.

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    I started learning Spanish 1 year ago. As for me, Spanish is the most melodious and melodic language in the world

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    Quote Originally Posted by julia90 View Post
    What's your favourite Romance Language?

    Romans were not Latins, the Aborigines were Latins.

    A Romance language would be Trojan. The Roman Trojans were Pelasgian.

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