"We don't speak a latin language"
Depends on who "we" are. There are two quite distinctive versions of English that could be described as "educated" and "uneducated" - as happens in other countries e.g. Greece and to a degree in France. Educated English still retains very significant verbal forms from Norman French and Latin.
Let's write that again with Romance-derived words missing:
on who we are. There are of English that could be as and as happens in other and to a in English still from and.
Another example, from a train in Yorkshire:
"Please retain tickets for inspection"
for which the demotic is
"Keep tickets to be looked at".