Hysteron Proteron (tom_mouse) wrote in linguaphiles,
Hysteron Proteron
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cf. Latin English dialects

The Latin spoken in the far corners of the Roman Empire all became separate dialects and then separate Languages i.e. Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, (and Romanian?) - but will this eventually happen to all heavily dialectised languages such as English, French etc.?
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