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Extinct European Languages

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The Indo-European language group is a large one with over 400 languages. Due to the passage of time, however, some of those languages are either at risk of becoming extinct or are extinct. Here is a list of those languages.

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Gothic Report Abuse
Gothic was spoken fluently until the 8th or 9th century. Out of all of the East Germanic languages, it is the only one with a large set of structural texts. The language fell out of use after the Goths were defeated by the Franks.
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Classical Greek Report Abuse
Classical Greek was used in ancient Greece from the ninth to sixth centuries BC. The English language can thank Classical Greek for many of its words. Many well-known and respected Greeks on ancient times spoke this version of Greek.
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Classical Arabic Report Abuse
Classical Arabic was used between the fourth and ninth centuries. It was replaced by Modern Standard Arabic which is used throughout the world.
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Spoken by Britons until the 6th century when it split into other languages: Welsh, Cumbric, Cornish, and Breton.
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Latin Report Abuse
Latin is the mother of all Latin-based languages. It was originally spoken in Latium, Italy and most of the Roman Empire. The vulgar form of this language is where French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and Romanian come from.
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