“If German were officially included, then we would also need to include Yiddish, Luxembourgish which is *not* included despite the claim above, the North Germanic varieties and the East Germanic varieties.”
“No Website available Restaurant Letzebuerger Kaschthaus Owned by Léa Linster, this casual eatery specializes exclusively in typical Luxembourgish cuisine and has the flair of a rural inn.”
“That about a third of the population are immigrants is also impressive — the Luxembourgish strike me as very tolerant and welcoming.”
“It also noted that more than 50% of immigrants about a third of the population, mostly from Portugal and Italy are also learning and using Luxembourgish.”
“The Luxembourgish motto, “Mir wëlle bleiwe wat mir sinn” We want to remain what we are, sums up the country quite well.”
“In the free press on my first day there, there was a story about the strengthening of Luxembourgish.”
“The press is mostly in French and German — even the Zeitung vum Lëtzebuerger Vollek is in German, despite the Luxembourgish title and date header.”
“Only the conductor on the train on the way home spoke to me in Luxembourgish.”
“Languages: Luxembourgish (national language), German (administrative language), French (administrative language)”
“The site is in Luxembourgish, but should also be translated into French and English in the future!”
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