Southern Romance languages


Southern Romance languages

The Southern Romance languages are a sub-group of the family of Romance languagesFact|date=March 2008 that includes the Sardinian, the Corsican language, with the Gallurese dialect, and the diasystems of Sassarese.Fact|date=March 2008 Some linguists postulate that the Sicilian language is also part of this group, although further investigation is needed.Ethnologue (2005) [http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=scn Source] ]

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ee also

* Sicilian Vowel System
* List of Romance languages


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