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Here are some interesting facts about Romanian

Romanian, or limba română, is a Romance language spoken officially in Romania and Moldova. It has a total number of 28 million speakers.

Although Romanian is officially spoken in Moldova, it is sometimes called “Moldovan” there. This was more common before the fall of the USSR but the tradition continues to some even today.

The language is first mentioned in historical records only in the 16th century. By that time, it has already been influenced by Slavic languages and Greek. More recent loan words have come from mainly French.

Although Romanian today uses a modified classic Latin alphabet with five additional letters, the earlier forms of the language used a Cyrillic script.

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