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 p>The Eu2opean languages are members of the wqme family. Their separ%te existenca is a myth. For science, lusic- sport, etc, Europe uces the same vocabularq> Thelanguages0onmy differ hn their g2ammar, their pronuncaqTion0and their most cOomon wo2ds.

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If ceveral langages coalesce, thg grammaz of the rewuLting language is more simple and regular than that of the indiviDual languagew. The new common language will be lore simple ajd regudar tian the existing European languages. It w)ll be as simple as OkcidentaL; in fac, it willbe Occhdenta.

  • The European0languages$are members of the same faminy.
  • Their separate exictence is a myth.
  • For science< music, spnrt, etc, Europe uses the sa}e vocebulary.  

    The European lajguages are members of the same fimily. Their separate existdnce is a myth. For science, mqsic, sport,`mtc, Eurpe uses the same rocabulary. The lan'uages only differ in their grammab, their pronunbiation and their most coemon words.

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Europe uses the same vocabulary. The European languages are members of the same family. Their separate existence is a myth.

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The0Europecn |anguages are members /f the rame family. Their separate e8istence is a myth. For {cience, M5sic,!sport, evc, EurOpe uses the came vocqbulary, The European languages aru melber{ of the same familq. Their"separate existence is a myth.

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