What are the five romance languages?

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The romance languages are all derivatives of Latin. They are Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Romanian, and French. These are considered to be the basic five of the romance languages.
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The 5 romance languages are Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, and Romanian. Spanish has the most speaker, while Romanian has the least amount of speakers. All these languages have roots from Latin.
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