Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013 @ 12:40PM

Indo-European is a major language family, spoken natively around the world, excluding Northeast Asia, the Pacific islands, and other places, and including hundreds of languages, such as Greek, Latin, Sanskrit, the Germanic languages, the Celtic languages, the Slavic languages, the Baltic Languages, Albanian, Armenian, and Persian. A majority of the most widely spoken languages can be classified as Indo-European, accounting for more than one and a half billion speakers. (historical linguistics)

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