Why do inflected languages make so much sense?

You read that right – why do they make so much sense? I love it. I saw a sentence today in my Latin textbook in which I recognized only one or two words (a preposition and a clause marker) but, because of the way Latin grammar works, I could diagram the sentence without knowing what a single word meant. I really do enjoy it.  Granted, I imagine this excitement is born out of naïveté, but I’ll celebrate the beauty of the language while I can.

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