Spanish language


Spanish language. Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages ​​in the Indo-European family of roman languages. The Spaniards themselves speak their native language more often than español. The Spanish language evolved from the spoken Latin (as well as French. Language history. At present, approximately 450 million people speak Spanish as their native. Geographical distribution of the Spanish language. Most important phrases. Conclusions. Sources.


The Spaniards themselves speak their native language more often than español , and castellano. This is because the contemporary literary Spanish originates from the region of Castile (similar to that of the Lithuanian literary language in Suvalkija).  The very term "Spanish" is more recent, appearing in the sixteenth century.

The Spanish language evolved from the spoken Latin (as well as French , Portuguese , Romanian ), influenced by other languages. In the sixteenth century, Spanish took over many Italian lexis from the field of art, culture.  At the same time, the discovery of America, the Spanish language has got a lot of terms that describe a new, hitherto not faced the realities of, for example, plants, natural phenomena names: patata "potato" cacique "Indian tribal chief" Huracán "Hurricane" tabaco tobacco " cacao " cacao.

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