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  1. are a branch of the Indo-European language family comprising all the languages that descend from Latin, the language of ancient Rome

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  2. sometimes referred to as Romanic languages, or Neolatin languages

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  3. They have more than 700 million native speakers worldwide, mainly in the Americas, Europe, and Africa, as well as many smaller regions scattered throughout the world

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  4. have their roots in Vulgar Latin, the popular sociolect of Latin spoken by soldiers, settlers and merchants of the Empire, as distinguished from the Classical form of the language spoken by the Roman upper classes, the form in which the language was

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  5. Proportion of the 690 million native Romance language speakers of each language
    Proportion of the 690 million native Romance language speakers of each language

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