Various langauges in Europe

In a report, both experts in linguistics said that most of the languages in Europe belong to the Indo-European which is sub-divided in various branches such as Greek, Armenian, Celtic, Albanian, Slavic, Baltic, Germanic, and Romance. Meanwhile, Finnish, Hungarian, and Estonian belong to the Finno-Ugric, also known as Uralic family. Moreover, there are also a number of extinct languages such as Old Prussian of the Baltic group, Manx Gaelic of the Goidelic group, and also, the Gothic of the East Germanic.

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