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Italian is an Eastern Romance language of the Indo-European language group.
Italian is spoken by approximately 70 million native speakers, most of whom reside in Italy. Italian is also spoken as a second native language, or as a closely related foreign language, by groups of people such as the Sardinians, the Friulians and the South Tyroleans.
Italian is effectively a foreign language even at home for the South Tyroleans, the Albanian ethnic minority and other groups such as the Slovenians in the lowlands of Monfalcone.
Italian is also an official language in San Marino, Switzerland and Vatican City.
Beyond its national borders, Italian (or one of its dialects) is spoken in the following regions: the Swiss cantons Ticino and Grissons, Corsica, Istria, Dalmatia (especially in Split (ancient Spalato) where the older inhabitants are mostly still bilingual), the Principality of Monaco (the Monegasques, like the inhabitants of San Remos, speak a language variant which is closer to provincial Italian than to “Florentine” Italian) and Nice.
Modern Italian developed from the Tuscan dialect. The Florentine dialect was eventually established as the national language after targeted language policies were introduced in the 19th Century.
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Updated 18 May 2014.