Italian belongs to the Indo-European Italic Romance languages, the subgroup of Italo-Dalmatian languages. It ranks as the 20th language according to the number of speakers, but it represents one of the most melodic languages in the world. Its origin is in Latin and there are Italian records back in 960, but as a grammatical language system, it developed only in the Renaissance. In 1612 the first Italian dictionary was issued, which later contributed to the standardization of the language and the literacy education process of Italian population.
Different pronunciations are used in different regions of Italy and in this regard there are many different dialects of Italian. The Italians consider each of these dialects as their standard language, except for Sardinian and Friulian which are recognized as official regional languages. Dialects of Italian are: Neapolitan, Sicilian, Ligurian, Piemontese, Calabrian and many others. Italian language is not officially regulated, but unofficially it is controlled by the Accademia della Crusca.
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