. . .and a navy
On 16 Dec 2003, at 13:36, Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> "[log in to unmask]" wrote:
> > Italian dialects are definitely considered neolatin languages as much as French or Italian or Spanish can be. The only difference that there exists is of a sociological kind -- i.e., the latter where chosen as official languages, whereas dialects achieved no official status.
> A language is a dialect with an army.