Romanian subtitling services
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A short history of the Romanian language
Romanian is a Romance language like Italian and Spanish. It is spoken by around 24 million people in the Ukraine, Moldova and of course, Romania.
Unlike other romance languages, Romanian still features a number of grammatical points in Latin. Romanian contains words from Slavic, French, German, Greek and Turkish languages.
The earliest Romanian texts appeared in the 16th century. At this time Hungarian spelling was used, which was changed in the 18th century to a system based on Italian. Romanian Latin came into use in 1989 and it became the official language of Romania in 1991 which was confirmed in a revision of the Constitution of Romania in 2003.
In the Ukraine Romanian is taught in schools and you will find Romanian language newspapers and TV and radio. It is also declared a regional language in certain parts of the country.
Romanian is taught as a second language in around 43 countries throughout the world, including Hungary, Bulgaria and Serbia.
Written Romanian is used by speakers in all Romanian regions, but there are a number of dialects which are used for speaking. These have differences in pronunciation and there are five main dialects separated into northern and southern types.