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GSE-Unit 3 Vocab #3

GSE-Unit 3 Vocabulary Review #3

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Cyrillic alphabet writing system developed by the Slavic peoples of Eastern Europe, incorporating Roman and Greek characters as well as unique Slavic symbols (e.g., А Б В Г Д Е Ж) (example:Russian)
Germanic languages deriving from the early Germanic peoples of Northern and Central Europe (examples; German,English)
Indo-European originating from within Europe (examples: Germanic, Slavic, and Romance languages)
Roman alphabet writing system developed by the Romans and commonly used by many Romance and Germanic languages today (e.g., A B C D E F G)
Romance languages deriving from Latin, which was spoken during the Roman Empire (examples:French,Italian)
Slavic languages deriving from the early Slavic peoples of Eastern Europe (Slavic languages use the Cyrillic alphabet ,example:Russian)
monotheistic believing in and/or worshiping a single deity (i.e., one God)
Created by: jpkelley