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Romanian – A Unitary and Individual Romance Language

Publication: Language and Literature – European Landmarks of Identity, 11, p. 108
Publisher:Universitatea din Pitești
Abstract:The paper presents the formation process the stages of Romanian language evolution from its origins to the present day. At the beginning, the author points out the place of the Romanian language in the large family of the Romanic languages. Then, the author makes a survey of the intrinsic features which differentiate and impose Romanian as an unitary language with a prominent individuality. These valences are the expression of its perpetuation force based on a phonetic and grammatical system of a Latin type and on a main word stock made up of Latin and autochthonous elements with a large derivative availability and a remarkable functional capability.
Key words:Romance origin, Latin language, Romanian language, phonemic morphological and syntactical system, linguistic cohesion, unity and individuality
Language: English

Citations to this publication: 0

References in this publication: 3

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