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  1. Há 4 dias · English is classified as an Anglo-Frisian language because Frisian and English share other features, such as the palatalisation of consonants that were velar consonants in Proto-Germanic (see Phonological history of Old English § Palatalization ).

  2. Há 2 dias · Limburgish (an official minority *language) Anglo-Frisian. Anglic (or English) English and its dialects; Scots in Scotland and Ulster; Frisian. West Frisian; East Frisian. Saterland Frisian (last remaining dialect of East Frisian) North Frisian; North Germanic. West Scandinavian Norwegian (of Western branch origin, but heavily ...

  3. › wiki › Low_GermanLow German - Wikipedia

    Há 3 dias · A broader term for the closely related, continental West Germanic languages unaffected by the High German consonant shift, nor classifying as Anglo-Frisian, and thus including Low Franconian varieties.

  4. Há 4 dias · Read more about the Members and appointments. The Fryske Akademy has a large support base of donors who are very keen to support its work. All of them are interested in the Frisian language, culture and science. The Fryske Akademy has ANBI status. This allows donors to deduct donations from income and corporation tax.

  5. 25 de abr. de 2024 · Frisian in the Netherlands. Language designations: In the language itself: Frysk. ISO 639-3 standard: fry. Language vitality: Linguistic aspects: Classification: Indo-European → West Germanic → North Sea Germanic → Anglo-FrisianFrisian → Western Frisian. See Frisian at Glottolog for more information. Script: Latin. Language standardization:

  6. 1 de mai. de 2024 · The Mercator European Research Centre is situated in the minority-language province of Fryslân. As a research institute, Mercator wants to make use of the excellent opportunities the Frisian situation has to offer as a living laboratory on multilingualism. At the same time, Mercator makes state-of-the-art research and interesting developments ...

  7. 25 de abr. de 2024 · Classification: Indo-European > Germanic > West-Germanic > Weser-Rhine Germanic > Low Franconian > Hollandic > Bildts, as well as Indo-European > Germanic > West-Germanic > North-Sea Germanic > Anglo-Frisian > Frisian > West Frisian > Bildts. See bild1234 on Glottolog