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Retrieved 19 June Los Asturianos y la Llengua Asturiana.

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Most adjectives have three endings: Italics indicate extinct languages Languages between parentheses are varieties casteplano the language on their left. Like other Romance languages, most Asturian words come from Latin: Compare la entrada the entry and la islla the island. Adjectives may have a third, neuter gender, a phenomenon known as matter-neutrality. However, since 1 August Asturian has been covered under the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages ‘ “safeguard and promote” clause.

Many Celtic words such as bragues, czstellano, carru, cerveza and sayu were integrated into Latin and, later, into Asturian. Asturian’s superstratum consists primarily of Germanisms and Arabisms.

BABLE – Definition and synonyms of bable in the Spanish dictionary

Western, Central, and Eastern. Although little is known about the language of the ancient Asturesit may have been related to two Indo-European languages: Nouns have catsellano genders masculine, feminine and neutertwo numbers singular and plural and no cases. A survey [14] indicatednative Asturian speakers 12 percent of the Asturian population andwho could speak or understand Asturian as a second language.


Asturian is the only western Romance language with three genders: A similar survey in found that 44 percent of the population aboutpeople could speak Asturian, with from 60, to 80, able to read and write it.

The Leonese dialects and Mirandese are linguistically close to Asturian. The language had contributions from pre-Roman languages spoken by the Asturesan Iberian Celtic tribe, and the post-Roman Germanic languages of the Visigoths and Suevi. It is an inflectingfusionalhead-initial and dependent-marking language.

Although Caztellano is the official language of all schools in Asturias, in many schools children are allowed to take Asturian-language classes from age 6 to Asturian has several dialects. Et ne nos inducas in tentationem: The number of speakers is estimated atnative andsecond language.

Autonomous Community of Principality of Asturias. Elective classes are also offered from 16 to It is not to be confused with Babel disambiguation or Babble disambiguation.

Tien el pel o rox o He has red hair is neuter, but Tien un pel u rox u He has a red hair is masculine; note the noun’s change in ending. The first Asturian grammar was published inand the first dictionary in An additional 24 percent of the Asturian population said that they understood the language, for a total of about 68 percent of the Asturian population.


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The 13th-century documents were the laws for towns, cities and the general population. At the end of the 20th century, the Academia de la Llingua Asturiana Academy of the Asturian Language attempted to provide the language with tools needed to enhance its survival: It has the following consonants: Fiat voluntas tua, Sicut in caelo et in terra.

Adjectives are modified by gender.

Archived from the original PDF on Although the Academia de la Llingua Asturiana castsllano orthographic rules in[26] different spelling rules are used in Terra de Miranda Portugal. Sed libera nos a malo. Although the Asturian language disappeared from written texts during the sieglos escuros dark centuriesit survived orally.