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The basis of standard Italian is Tuscan (the language used by, for example, Dante Alighieri, Petrarch or later Machiavelli), which after the unification of Italy in 1860 became a national and official language. The various Italian regions, however, maintained their dialects. Today, Italian is spoken not only in Italy but also in southern Switzerland and parts of Slovenia and Croatia. Watch out for typical Italian double consonants (maggio = May) or the pronunciation of certain consonants (c reads like a "ch" sound and sc a"sh" sound). Italian was a gradual development from Latin, from which it draws much of its vocabulary. Italian grammar is, however, simpler than Latin.
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