TRANSLATION FROM AND INTO ITALIAN
The Italian language, beautiful in sound, is an official language in the EU, Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, Vatican City, the Order of Malta, the region of Istria (Croatia), and in the cities of Capodistria-Koper, Isola d ‘Istria-Izola and Piran-Pirano (Slovenia). Only in the peninsula it has sixty million speakers, but it has been estimated that the amount rises to nearly one hundred five million worldwide. Italian immigrants have spread to several countries, the most influenced having been the United States, Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Venezuela, Canada and Germany.
The Italian language was imposed by the Italian government as its official language in order to be the unifying element of their people. It is a Romance language of the Indo-European family. It is the heir to Latin, therefore it has evolved with many dialects and other unique features.
Northern Italy has Gallo-Italian dialects which are closely related to the French language.
Venetian dialect is used in areas such as Dalmatia (Croatia), Istria (Slovenia and Croatia) and of course, Venice.
Central Italy focuses on Central dialects.
In the south they use south parlan dialects.
In other regions such as central and southern Sardinia, and the Alpine region north of Venice a different group of dialects were created who have become known as the autonomous branch of the Romance languages.
Italian itself is the result of the Tuscan dialect. In the fourteenth century, it was the Tuscans who had greater weight in the race for the Italian language, and they managed to unify all of the people on the peninsula. The Tuscan dialect surpassed others because of its central geographical position Florence was the most influential city commercially, mostly morphological and phonological. It also contained the writings of three of the greatest authors of the Middle ages and early Renaissance: Dante, Petrarch and Boccaccio.
Today the Italian state does not recognize any other language other than Italian as the official language, while recognizing regional languages as Sardinian in Sardinia and Friuli in the region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia.
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