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Latin is the language of the ancient Romans, used in the Roman Empire. Today it is the only active, albeit limited, of the ancient Italian languages. The modern descendants of Latin are the Romance languages: Italian, Spanish, French, Catalan, Portuguese, Galician, Romanian, etc. 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. A large number of words in European languages are of Latin origin. Latin is primarily a synthetic language. This means that grammatical categories are expressed by inflection through declension or conjugation. There are 6 cases in Latin. There are also 3 genders in Latin: feminine, masculine, and neuter. Latin verbs have 6 tense forms, 3 moods, 2 voices, 2 numbers and 3 persons.