It can not be dogmatic about what constitutes a Rumanian language, because most languages take on the effects of different languages and opinions, so it differs from the differences between different languages, varieties and dialects. As a result, it can not be definitively determined how many such languages exist; However, an arbitrary, restrictive invoice may state that the total amount is ca. 25 years. It is commonly accepted that the most widely used standardized Romantic languages include Catalan, Romanian, Italian, French, Portuguese and Spanish.
"Romanice loqui comes from Latin," speaking in Roman "suggests that there is some connection with love or passion. In fact, the modern use of this term is in fact derived from this; in the medieval literature of Western Europe, Latin-speaking text, while the more popular work focusing on love was written in the Roman script, and was referred to as "romance."
In contrast, Germanic language seems to be the main contradiction with the given language family and is typically less musicy and harder on the ear. about 559 million native speakers of the mother tongue are native speakers of the mother tongue, most often in German and English, and the English language is officially classified as a German, although strongly influenced by the Romance languages. 19659002] The roughness of the Germanic languages m they often say that these native speakers are more obscure and less sensitive and emotional, naturally artistic and passionate. This undoubtedly affects the lifestyle of speakers in different languages, which means that the speakers of these languages experience less disintegration and divorce than the loudspeakers of non-romantic languages.
Whether this is really true is the proportion of the right countries. At present, the United States has the highest divorce rate in the world of nearly 50%. The Russians, the Slavic, enjoy the third highest divorce rate followed by the United Kingdom, Denmark, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Finland and Barbados. The inhabitants of all of them speak mostly non-Romanian.
the second highest divorce rate in the world, is located in Puerto Rico, where indigenous people are Spanish, one of the Romantic languages.
Although it appears that non-Romance-speaking countries tend to have higher divorce rates than countries with Romanian-speaking countries; this does not in any way indicate that there is a direct link between the nature of the language and the attitudes of the speakers. In fact, it can simply be explained by the fact that nearly 7 million people and only 800 million Romanian-speaking nationalities are spoken much more widely, so there are more divorces among these people than those who speak Romantic languages.
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