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'Lëtzebuergesch' is the everyday spoken language of the people and the symbol of the Luxembourgers national identity. Since 1984 the former Mosel-Frankish dialect is now recognised as the national language, while both French and German remain the official languages. 'Lëtzebuergesch' or Luxembourgish is taught in schools and in language courses mostly addressed to resident foreigners.
Both the German and French culture meet in Luxembourg. Franco-German bilingualism without any language differences is a typical aspect of the country's social structure. While the two more..
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