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In prim«/ rând vrea sà râde (rîde), apoi vrea sa cânte; în fine sim^im în urechi/e noastre cum sunâ flauti/7 sâu, un instrument al vântu/z// (un instrument de suflat), pe care 1-a fàcut dintr-un tub de fier: A fi ingenios este important. les vins), farâ + -a (suffixed fem. article) = (am (Fr. la terre); apà= AQUA; ape-le: ape (plural of apâ + fem. plural article -le). There is also a genitive ending: màri-i and arcu-lui. Note the plural ending -uri [which derives from the model of Lat. TEMPUS/TEMP-0/M], to which the plural article le (Fr.

Next we have the Pan-Romance elements that were borrowed in the centuries that followed, as part of the European cultural heritage: 5. Latin as a "learned language", which in its written forms exerted a major influence on the Romance languages down to modem times, provides 73 more Pan-Romance words. 6. Finally there are 20 loan-words of Germanic origin which as a result of long periods of c o n t a c t with Germanic peoples and cultures have been adopted by the majority of Romance languages in such a way that they meet our criteria for inclusion in the Pan-Romance vocabulary.

Sa, Sp. neuter su, It. sua) is striking. In the last paragraph we can find associations with the International Vocabulary: vol (voluntary); sentim (sentiment, feeling); tub (tube). orelles are Fr. oreilles; com is Fr. comme', que ha fet: Fr. qu 'il a fait; enginyós cf. IV ingenious. The Catalan text is relatively easy to understand because, out of about 75 nouns, adjectives and verbs in this text (apart from the 4 geographical names), at least 35 words can be found in all the Romance languages, and the rest in an average of six of them.

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