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      • On the other hand, strictly speaking there was no single form of "medieval Latin". Every Latin author in the medieval period spoke Latin as a second language, with varying degrees of fluency and syntax. Grammar and vocabulary, however, were often influenced by an author's native language.
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  2. Medieval Latin was the form of Literary Latin used in Roman Catholic Western Europe during the Middle Ages. In this region it served as the primary written language, though local languages were also written to varying degrees. Latin functioned as the main medium of scholarly exchange, as the liturgical language of the Church, and as the working language of science, literature, law, and administration. Medieval Latin represented a continuation of Classical Latin and Late Latin, with enhancements

  3. Changes in Vocabulary, Syntax, and Grammar. Medieval Latin had ceased to be a living language, and was instead a scholarly language of the minority of educated men in medieval Europe, used in official documents more than for everyday communication. This resulted in two major features of Medieval Latin compared with Classical Latin.

  4. Changes in Vocabulary, Syntax, and Grammar. Medieval Latin had ceased to be a living language, and was instead a scholarly language of the minority of educated men in medieval Europe, used in official documents more than for everyday communication. This resulted in two major features of Medieval Latin compared with Classical Latin.

  5. The resulting subordinate clause often used the subjunctive voice instead of the indicative. This new syntax for Indirect Discourse is among the most prominent features of Medieval Latin, and the largest syntactical change. Several substitutions were often used instead of subjunctive clause constructions.

  6. The resulting subordinate clause often used the subjunctive voice instead of the indicative. This new syntax for Indirect Discourse is among the most prominent features of Medieval Latin, and the largest syntactical change. Several substitutions were often used instead of subjunctive clause constructions.

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