Italian (Italian: italiano) is a language belonging to the group of Romance languages of the Indo-European family. Italian is an easy-to-learn language because it presents almost seamless transparency in grapho-phonemic transcription.
It is estimated that around 61.7 million people in the world speak or study Italian. Italian is spoken mainly in Italy (and San Marino), where it is a national language, but also in Switzerland mainly in the south (Ticino and Graubünden), where it is a national language (it represents about 6.8% of Swiss speakers). At the Vatican, he is second official language with Latin.
Italian uses 21 letters of the Latin alphabet. The letters j, k, w, x and y are only used in borrowed words. However, we find the j (i lunga) as well as the y (ipsilon or i greca) and the w (doppia vu) in certain toponyms and surnames or first names.
Vowels may have sharp or severe accents (most often) that mark phonetically accented syllables. The words normally bear graphic accents only on the last syllable, or in rare cases on other syllables in order to avoid homonymy (eg “la”, singular feminine article, and “there”, adverb of place ). It is never mandatory to mark the graphic accent on a syllable that is not the last of the word. The many loans of French are often written without accents; however, it is a spelling mistake condemned by the purists of the Italian language.
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