Pourquoi dit T-ON la langue de Molière ?
L’expression « la langue de Molière » est une autre façon de désigner la langue française. L’origine de cette phrase provient de la coutume d’attribuer à chaque grande langue le nom d’un auteur célèbre associé à son pays. … Comme vous pouvez le voir, le français est une langue riche, pleine de synonymes !
What does 'Castilian' mean?
- Multiple Meanings for ‘Castilian’ In a sense, then, these other languages — Galician, Catalan and Euskara— are Spanish languages and even have official status in their regions, so the term Castilian (and more often castellano) has sometimes been used to differentiate that language from the other languages of Spain.
- Galician. Spoken in Galicia, in the northwestern corner of Spain, the Galician language (Gallego) is closely related to Portuguese, although it has been influenced by Castilian Spanish throughout the modern period. It was the language of courtly literature until the 14th century, when it was displaced by Castilian.
Is the Castilian affiliated with UT Austin?
- The Castilian is an off-campus private dorm, located across the street from The University of Texas at Austin. It is not affiliated with the university. Can freshmen and transfer students live at The Castilian?
When did Castilian become the official language of Spain?
- Castilian. It became the language of the court of the kingdoms of Castile and León in the 12th century, and the dominance of Castile within Spain allowed it to become the official language of the state. There are differences in accent and, to a lesser extent, in vocabulary in Castilian as it is spoken in various regions of the country.