Tips to Learn Spanish  How Spanish developed  Spanish at first developed as a language from the dialect of Vulgar Latin Thats the reason why Spanish español is really called Castilian or castellano in the language itself in Spain Argentina and many other states). In the journey from veni vidi vici to vine vi vencí mingled with an entire slew of other languages and cultures and Spanish blended giving it some quite distinctive characteristics and vocabulary.  Probably the most known of these

How Spanish developed Spanish at first developed as a language from the dialect of "Vulgar Latin" Thats the reason why Spanish, "español", is really called

Vulgar Latin or Sermo Vulgaris ("common speech") is a generic term for the nonstandard (as opposed to classical) sociolects of Latin from which the Romance languages developed. Works written in Latin during classical times used Classical Latin rather than Vulgar Latin, with very few exceptions (most notably sections of Gaius Petronius' Satyricon). Because of its nonstandard nature, Vulgar Latin had no official orthography. Vulgar Latin is sometimes also called colloquial Latin,[1] or Common…

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Catalan is not, as some believe, a dialect of Spanish, but a language that developed independently out of the vulgar Latin spoken by the Romans who colonised the Tarragona area. It is spoken by 9 million people in Catalonia, Valencia, the Balearic Isles, Andorra and the town of Alghero in Sardinia

Catalan is not, as some believe, a dialect of Spanish, but a language that developed independently out of the vulgar Latin spoken by the Romans who colonised the Tarragona area. It is spoken by 9 million people in Catalonia, Valencia, the Balearic Isles, Andorra and the town of Alghero in Sardinia

I would love to have this Latin quote somewhere as I believe this as a warrior and I understand classical and vulgar Latin of the Roman Empire.

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I would love to have this Latin quote somewhere as I believe this as a warrior and I understand classical and vulgar Latin of the Roman Empire.

I would love to have this Latin quote somewhere as I believe this as a warrior and I understand classical and vulgar Latin of the Roman Empire.

Vulgar Latin (in Latin , sermo vulgaris ) or late Latin is a generic term, used to refer to the set of vernacular dialects of living Latin , spoken in the provinces of the Roman Empire . Extinction as a living language of Latin was associated with the growing differentiation of these dialects, which led, by the ninth century , to the formation of Romance languagesearly Some authors propose to distinguish technically between vulgar (or popular) Latin and late Latin (IV century and up)…

Vulgar Latin (in Latin , sermo vulgaris ) or late Latin is a generic term, used to refer to the set of vernacular dialects of living Latin , spoken in the provinces of the Roman Empire . Extinction as a living language of Latin was associated with the growing differentiation of these dialects, which led, by the ninth century , to the formation of Romance languagesearly Some authors propose to distinguish technically between vulgar (or popular) Latin and late Latin (IV century and up)…

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Yeeeeah, it’s called “translating Catullus” and at most schools you can’t pass until you’ve done it. Now I know what they mean when they say “Vulgar Latin,” amirite?

Yeeeeah, it’s called “translating Catullus” and at most schools you can’t pass until you’ve done it. Now I know what they mean when they say “Vulgar Latin,” amirite?

ESPERANCE [noun] hope or expectation. Etymology: from Old French, from Vulgar Latin sperantia (unattested), from Latin spērāre, “to hope”, from spēs, “hope”. [Kathleen Lolley - Glimmer of Hope]

ESPERANCE [noun] hope or expectation. Etymology: from Old French, from Vulgar Latin sperantia (unattested), from Latin spērāre, “to hope”, from spēs, “hope”. [Kathleen Lolley - Glimmer of Hope]

équerre ⦜ (French) “set square” ⦝ right angle; from Vulgar Latin exquadrō, cf Italian squadra (squadron, squad, team), cadre (military) framework or skeleton upon which a new regiment is to be formed; officers

équerre ⦜ (French) “set square” ⦝ right angle; from Vulgar Latin exquadrō, cf Italian squadra (squadron, squad, team), cadre (military) framework or skeleton upon which a new regiment is to be formed;

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