Indo-european Languajes principal - Coggle Diagram
Is a familiy of related languages
Is a collection of sounds that a group a :explode: people undestands to have the same meaning.
:explode:Collection of languages related through a common ancestral language.
:explode:Acollection of languages within a family related througha commonan cestral language.
:explode:Collection of languages within a branch that share a common origin in the relatively recent past and display similar grammar and vocabulary
Western and Southern Asia :checkered_flag:
has four main living branches
:star: Originated in Italy
:explode: became the common tongue across large areas of Europe.
Languages of Latin are known as the "Latin languages" or "Romance languages".
:explode: Various branches of Italic languages were spoken throughout the peninsula until the rise of Rome
:star: Emerged in Central Asia
Migrated to South Asia
Expanded into Iran
:star: Homeland of southern Scandinavia/northern Germany.
North Germanic language
Historically known as the Norsemen
West Germanic language:
)English, German, Dutch
:star: homeland in Eastern Europe (perhaps Belarus
West Slavic (near eastern Europe),
South Slavic (Balkans).
East Slavic (far eastern Europe)
Settled lands to the north, along the Baltic coast.
Have two branches
Continental Celtic :green_cross:
Scottish Gaelic :red_flag:
Irish Gaelic :red_flag:
Insular Celtic :green_cross:
homeland of Austria/southern Germany :star:
homeland somewhere north of Greece :star:
:star: Homeland lies in Russia, among the Urals (the mountain range that divides Europe and Asia)
:star:Predominant in the Asian portion of Turkey and some areas in northern Syria
Hittite (extinted) :red_flag: