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      • From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Asturleonese (Asturian: Asturlleonés) is a Romance language spoken mainly in the autonomous communities of Asturias, northwestern Castile and León and Cantabria, and also in some parts of Portugal.
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  2. Asturleonese ( Asturian: Asturlleonés, Spanish: Asturleonés; Portuguese: Asturo-leonês Mirandese: Asturlhionés) is a Romance language spoken primarily in northwestern Spain, namely in the historical regions and Spain's modern-day autonomous communities of Asturias, northwestern Castile and León and Cantabria, and also in a small ...

  3. Asturleonese (Asturian: Asturlleonés) is a Romance language spoken mainly in the autonomous communities of Asturias, northwestern Castile and León and Cantabria, and also in some parts of Portugal. Asturleonese is a dialect continuum , speakers of Leonese , Cantabrian and Asturian ( Mirandese in Portugal) are mutually intelligible, meaning they can understand each other. [1]

    • Leonese Spoken in Portugal?
    • Leonese
    • Not Very Plausible
    • Article Title and Mirandese Inclusion
    • Proposed Rename and Merge
    • Opinion from Salamanca
    • Neutrality
    • What The Heck Does This Even Mean?
    • Language Basics
    • Interwikis

    quoting: "asturianu, or bable, in the Spanish province of Asturias; Leonese language, llïonés, in parts of the provinces of León, Zamora and Salamanca and in the District of Bragança(Portugal); and Mirandese in Miranda do Douro (Portugal)" Leonese is NOT spoken in Portugal. The only astur-leonese language in Portugal is Mirandese, spoken in Miranda...

    What is the relation with the Leonese language? Is it the same or not? Belgian man11:12, 20 Nov 2004 (UTC) 1. That depends on when a language becomes a language group. There are several related Astur-Leonese dialects from East Asturias to Extremadura. There is an Academy working for an Asturian standard. I don't know if there is some attention to L...

    I commented this out: 1. "Speakers are prevented from using it in its daily life because neither the administration nor private institutions will accept documents written in Asturian and usually do not pay attention to people trying to deal with them in Asturian." I've grown up with a minority language not used by administration or (large) private ...

    The article doesn't directly define the title. Asturian is one of the languages in the Asturian-Leonese branch, as well as Mirandese. Saying that Asturian is official in Portugal under the name Mirandese makes as much sense as saying that Mirandese is unnoficial in Spain and known under the name Asturian. The correct would be to either name this ar...

    I propose to (a) merge Mirandese languagehere, as a sub-section of a new "Dialects" section; and then (b) move this article to "Astur-Leonese language". Rationale: This article is called "Asturian language" but apparently covers "Astur-Leonese", including Leonese and Mirandese. The differences between the three languages seem to be small, and many ...

    Well, my father was born in Cáceres (Extremadura) and my mother is from a Zamora family and was born here in a village in the province of Salamanca. I'm from Salamanca and I haven't used this language in my entire life :). It was used a lot of time ago but, at least in the entire province in Salamanca is not used anymore. Maybe a little in the nort...

    This article is entirely written from the perspective of asturian language champions.
    Sources are not provided, but given the list of links suggested, everything seems to
    come from organizations with an agenda on the subject. These organizations have direct
    interests (political and economic) in portraying the asturian language in a certain way
    and therefore their views should be balanced.
    As it is, this article is not informative, but propaganda. To point out a few things:

    "is disputed the fact of speaking a dialect of Spanish Language or a variety of Astur-Leonese." What does this mean in English? I would be bold and correct it but I haven't the least idea whatsoever what it means. Is the writer trying to say, "There is a dispute as to whether Cantabrian is a dialect of Astur-Leonese or simply a dialect of Spanish."...

    The paragraph (or rather sentence) on language basics is, excuse me, pure nonsense. Or is this basically castellano? El Llïonés ye una llingua que carez de reconocencia oficial nenguna y qu’apenas tien tan siquiera reconocencia llegal cona eseición de Miranda del Douru (estáu pertués) onde tien un rangu de cooficialidá al empar que’l pertués. Menos...

    Most interwikis are wrong. Only these are correct: 1. ca:Asturlleonès 2. es:Asturleonés 3. eu:Asturleonera 4. gl:Asturleonés 5. pt:Asturo-leonês The others do not separate the linguistic group from asturian language, which is just one of the languages that belongs to Astur-leonese group. Note: I do not want to put the asturian interwiki ast:Dominiu...

  4. Asturian is a West Iberian Romance language spoken in the Principality of Asturias, Spain. Asturian is part of a wider linguistic group, the Astur-Leonese languages. The number of speakers is estimated at 100,000 and 450,000. The dialects of the Astur-Leonese language family are traditionally classified in three groups: Western, Central, and Eastern. For historical and demographic reasons, the standard is based on Central Asturian. Asturian has a distinct grammar, dictionary, and orthography. It

    • Around 1/3 of Asturians (2000), 62% of Asturians (2017)
    • Spain
  5. Leonese ( Leonese: Llionés, Asturian: Lleonés) is a set of vernacular Romance language varieties currently spoken in northern and western portions of the historical region of León in Spain (the modern provinces of León, Zamora, and Salamanca) and a few adjoining areas in Portugal. In this narrow sense, Leonese is distinct from the dialects grouped under the Asturian language.

    • 20,000–50,000 (2008)
    • Spain, Portugal
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