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At 20:04 12.4.2000 +0200, Mangiat wrote:

>The Friulian dialect is spoken in North Eastern Italy and is
>considered an indipendent language, because of some features (as the plural
>in -s) that are absolutely un-Italian, but very close to Rumauntsch.

Indeed, it is counted as belonging in the Rhaetian branch of Romance.  It
"belongs" under Italian only politically.

BTW, could you give me a Friulian verb paradigm? :-)  Preferably _amare_, BTW!




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