Family languages in Europe

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Family
Romance
Germanic
Slavic
Uralic
Baltic
Hellenic
Semitic
Albanian
Basque
Turkic
Celtic
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Level 59
Sep 5, 2017
Nordic languages (Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, and Icelandic) are all Germanic. This is also missing Hellenic (Greek), Albanian, Basque, Semitic (Maltese), Turkic (Turkish, Tatar, etc.), and Celtic (Irish, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, etc.). Also please accept "Finno-Ugric" for Uralic.
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Level 73
Sep 5, 2017
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Level 44
Sep 6, 2017
Mistakes Fixed.
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Level 53
Sep 6, 2017
Romance is a subdivison of Italic. Baltic and Slavic are subdivisons of Balto-Slavic.