How was Spanish made up?
okay i mean who made up the language when did they do it and how did they do it what did they go thru to get the languague passed????????
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I have seen alot of questions befoe, but this one here is a brand new one on me. I'm sorry but I have no idea.
Latin was the parent of 5 modern day languages - Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French and Romanian. When modern day Spain was part of the Roman Empire, the elite spoke Latin, and the common folk spoke what was referred to as "castellano", which was the language of "Castilla" (which is in the central and northern part of what we now call Spain). Centuries passed, eventually some of the elite started speaking castellano, and the rest is history. This is the 30 second explanation; if you want specific details, the web is a good source of information....Hopefully you are learning Spanish as well as wondering about its history? Un día sin español es un día sin sol!
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It was a combination of Italian, and arabic. When the Rome conquered what would become Spain, they spoke Arabic. Over the centuries, the mix came to be known as a bunch of languages called Spanish. When the arabs where finally expelled, and a King installed, he named "castillian" as the official language of Spain. But castillian is only one small part of the languages they speak in Spain. Same thing happened when Colon came to this side of the world, and castillian was installed as the language of the New Empire...which continues to this very day.
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Spanish and other Latin languages are languages branched off from Sanskrit(an Indo-Aryan language). This is why Spanish has many words similar to Sanskrit. No one has created this language but it spread as Arabic traders spread Sanskrit throughout the many southwestern European countries.