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Latin is the language of the Latin-Faliscan branch of the Italic languages of the Indo-European language family. Latin was used in the Roman Empire by the ancient Romans. Latin is one of the oldest written Indo-European languages. Today Latin is the official language of the Holy See, the Order of Malta and the Vatican City State, as well as, to some extent, the Roman Catholic Church. A simple sentence in Latin most often consists of a subject and a predicate, and the subject is usually in the nominative case. The pronoun is rarely used as a subject. A predicate can also be expressed by a verb, a nominal part of speech, or a nominal part of speech with an auxiliary verb. Due to the synthetic structure of the Latin language and, as a result, a rich system of declensions and conjugations, the word order in a sentence is not crucial. Grammatical categories are expressed by declension or conjugation. Latin has 6 cases and 3 genders (feminine, masculine, neuter). Latin verbs have 6 tense forms, 3 moods, 2 voices, 2 numbers and 3 persons.