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Asturian edition of Wikipediathe free encyclopedia. Look up Asturian in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

The number of speakers is estimated atnative andsecond language. Retrieved from ” https: Italics indicate extinct languages Languages between parentheses are varieties of the language on their left. Its use, teaching and diffusion in the media will be furthered, whilst its local dialects and voluntary apprenticeship will always be respected”.

Et ne nos inducas in tentationem: Asturian Cantabrian Extremaduran Leonese Mirandese. Los Asturianos y la Llengua Asturiana. Asturian is part of a wider linguistic group, the Astur-Leonese languages. The 13th-century documents were the laws for towns, cities and the general population. Nobody will be discriminated against for using it”. This literature in ‘bable’ cannot be considered as a literary language, because have not got any unified body, diccionagio least from a linguistic point of view Although little is known about the language of the ancient Asturesit may have been related to two Indo-European languages: Retrieved 19 March Ina movement for the language’s acceptance and use began in Asturias.

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. Castellaon using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. It is not to be confused with Babel disambiguation or Babble disambiguation.

Asturian government websites, [36] council webpages, blogs, [37] entertainment webpages and social networks exist.

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Most adjectives have three endings: In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Asturian, however, is in a legally hazy position.

Neuter nouns are abstract, collective and uncountable nouns. Its word order is subject—verb—object in declarative sentences without topicalization.

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Castilian Spanish arrived in the area during the 14th century, when the central administration sent emissaries and functionaries to political and ecclesiastical offices. The Asturian Language will be treated appropriately in accordance with legislation. This literary production -after a long century of copy and paste and finally because of the editor’s final review- seems to be shown in nowadays in a very confusing way.

Conceyos municipalities whose traditional place names have been codified.

During the 12th, 13th and part of the 14th centuries Astur-Leonese was used in the kingdom’s official documents, with many examples of agreements, donations, wills and commercial contracts from that period onwards. University records indicate an increased number of courses and amount of scientific work using Asturian, with courses in the Department of Philology and Educational Sciences.

Asturian has several digraphssome of which have their own names. The first Asturian grammar was published inand the first dictionary in Et dimitte nobis debita nostra, Sicut et nos dimittimus debitoribus nostris. Although some 10th-century documents have the linguistic features of Asturian, numerous examples such as writings by notariescontracts and wills begin in the 13th century.

Arabisms could reach Asturian idccionario, through contacts with Arabs or al-Andalusor through the Castilian language. Currently, the Asturian language has about annual publications.

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Central Asturian, with the most speakers more than 80 percent is the basis for standard Asturian. Compare la entrada the entry and la islla the island.

Definite article Singular Plural masc. 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. Conceyos which have applied for approval. 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. Naturally, some of these authors take elements of their respective local dialects, and often, also, with others languages, that in some way or another, could have got in contact, as well as of a Spanish language mixture, affected by the ‘bable’ or not.

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The ambiguity of the Statute of Autonomy, which recognises the existence of Asturian but does not give it the same status as Spanish, leaves the door open to benign neglect.

The dialects are mutually intelligible. Like other Romance languages, most Duccionario words come from Latin: Based on ideas of the Asturian association Conceyu Bable about Asturian language and culture, a plan was developed for the acceptance and modernization of the language that led to the creation of the Academy of the Asturian Language with the approval of the Asturias regional council.

In addition to this Latin basis are words which entered Asturian from languages spoken before the arrival of Latin its substratumafterwards its superstratum and loanwords from other languages. The Leonese dialects and Mirandese are linguistically close to Asturian. The Spanish Constitution has not been fully applied regarding the official recognition of languages in the autonomous communities.

All the later authors, at least from a linguistic point of view, all of them come from his literature archaizing.