Are Greek and Latin the same?
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Consequently, what is the difference between Latin and Greek words?
But Greek has one fewer noun case than Latin: nominative, vocative, accusative, genitive, dative; Latin has all these, plus the ablative. And Latin has five declensions (that is to say, sets of endings for the different cases), whereas Greek has three. Vocabulary is similar in that both are Indo-European.
Furthermore, what language group is Greek? Indo-European
Hereof, how much of Latin is Greek?
Over 60 percent of all English words have Greek or Latin roots.
Is Greece considered Latin?
A good comparison: Greek and Latin are as similar as French is to Spanish (aka between any romance languages). As a Greek, I hate to say this but we are Latin. Modern Greeks were historically eastern Roman citizens who were conquered by the Ottomans for 400 years.