Where does french language originate?
Salut. Answer: French is developed from Latin as it was spoken in early Rome. It is actually divided into 3 types; early french; middle french (16e - 18e century); and, modern french. Like english, modern french is heavily integrated with influences from other languages.
Since western science and medicine originate from ancient Greece, many scientific and formal medical words are Greek. Many words in the English language are of Latin origin. There were two sources for this influence. One was the use of Latin by the educated elites and by the church. The other was the Norman invasion of England. The Normans were French and French became the language of the aristocracy. French is a Romance language; that is…
Germanic - originate from German. This includes English and German (the most commonly spoken in Europe), Dutch and the languages of Scandinavia. Romantic - originate from Latin. This includes French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese. Slavic - originate from Russian and this covers most languages to the east. Greek and Hungarian have separate origins.
The French language is the language of love. The French language is much harder than Spanish. The French language is much prettier than Spanish. The French language is much more fun than Spanish. Answer: The previous answer is opinion, not fact. One fact is that French is a romance language, which means it is descended from Latin.