Do people in Italy speak latin?
No, they speak Italian which is a derivative of Latin.
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Italian is rooted in latin, so it probably was a transition that was undefined. in other words they didn't change at a recognizable time. I was in Italy for the first time on… New Year's Eve, 2005, and when I asked a native Italian when the change occured, he replied, "Around the sixth century." Right at the beginning of the Dark Ages. Called the Dark Ages due to the decline in literacy, civilization and overall social advancement, I assume that since Latin was so coplex with its case-endings and such , the Italians of the unrefined soceity of that period decided to simplify things and thus Italiano was born. Us, I, O, Um, O, A Orum, Is, Os, Is.....I don'ta thinka soa, Paisan, we're a justa gonna enda everthinga ina a, OKa? (MORE)
Because several modern languages have evolved from Latin over the centuries and they are the languages spoken in Europe today. But Latin is still in use in the Vatican, and is… used as a reference language in, for example scientific classification. (MORE)
England people don't speak in latin. In old days other contries use to but now none of people speak in Latin. England people only speak in English or American or more but most…lly English and American. (MORE)
literally 5% of people on earth can speak fluent latin