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Is it true that the Italian language is very different from one Italian region to another?
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L-hllweck profile picture L-hllweck4 semanas atrás

It's true. Throughout its history Italy existed as a set of independent states which united only in 1861. Being this case, Italian language underwent a parallel development which varied from region to region. Along with a standardised form of local usages of the Italian language, a sundry choice of dialects flourished as well. If each of us would speak to each other in his own dialect, we could never fully understand each other.