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just asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 3 years ago

Difference between spanish italian, latin italian and sicilian italians?

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  • 3 years ago

    They are all related because they derive from Latin, they are romance languages.

    I speak italian and sicilian as mother languages and I know a little bit of spanish so I can say that italian and sicilian are definitely closer to each other than to spanish in grammar, vocabulary and phonetics.

    For example plural in spanish is formed by adding an -s- to words, on the other hand in italian and sicilian plural is formed by changing the final vowel.

    To Just : Aren't you asking about languages ?

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