The Italian language is beautiful and one of the Romance languages spoken worldwide.
Italian is thought to be derived from the language of the ancient Romans. It is a mixture of various languages, notably Latin and several ancient Italian dialects.
The Italian language needs a standardized written form, with variations in spelling and grammar seen across the various Italian-speaking regions.
Italian has a phonetic system with a syllable structure of the stressed long vowel followed by an unstressed short vowel sequence.
Italian is a subject-verb-object language; the associated noun or pronoun conjugates each verb.
Italian has several dialects, with the Tuscan dialect being one of the two primary forms of Italian.
Italian has many loanwords from other languages within the European Union, such as English, French, Spanish, and German.
There are eight vowel sounds in Italian, four long and four short.
Italian is historically associated with art, literature, music, and science. Some of the most renowned modern artists, scientists, and inventors have been using their native Italian language.
Italy's cultural capital and the Italian language home is Rome.
Italian is the official language in Italy. It is also widely spoken in European countries such as Switzerland and Malta, as well as countries outside the European Union such as Brazilian, the United States, and Canada.