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Sardinian language is not neo-Latin?

we speak today in Sardinia has a living-hard-plinth of at least 60% of the Sumerian-Semitic words, words that were spoken in the Fertile Crescent over 5000 years ago, that there are dead, and instead survive by us as if nothing had happened, with absolute vitality, after overcoming all sorts of stress and having preserved language sometimes intact, sometimes almost intact, sometimes in an shape easily traceable to note roots. If those words are almost identical to themselves, in form and meaning, for over 5000 years, how can one speak of substrate? Would not it be better to Sardinia, to talk about stratum, and have the courage to say - before all the academies of the world - the Sardinian language is not neo-Latin?

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