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 A substantial north-eastern part of the Netherlands is traditionally referred to as the Low Saxon area (Hinskens and Taeldemann, 2013, p. 139).((Hinskens,​ Frans and Johan Taeldeman (2013) “The Classification of the Dialects of Dutch”. In //Language and Space. An International Handbook of Linguistic Variation Volume 3: Dutch//, ed. Hinskens, Frans and Johan Taeldeman, 129-142. Berlin; Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.)) The geographical area referred to stretches from the province of Groningen southwards to the eastern corner of Utrecht province, more precisely the Veluwe, and  to the Achterhoek in Gelderland (ibid). ((Hinskens, Frans and Johan Taeldeman (2013) “The Classification of the Dialects of Dutch”. In //Language and Space. An International Handbook of Linguistic Variation Volume 3: Dutch//, ed. Hinskens, Frans and Johan Taeldeman, 129-142. Berlin; Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.)) \\ Gronings is correspondingly spoken in the province of Groningen. Groningen is the north-eastern province that borders Friesland to the west, Drenthe to the south and shares a border with the German federal state of Lower Saxony to the east. A substantial north-eastern part of the Netherlands is traditionally referred to as the Low Saxon area (Hinskens and Taeldemann, 2013, p. 139).((Hinskens,​ Frans and Johan Taeldeman (2013) “The Classification of the Dialects of Dutch”. In //Language and Space. An International Handbook of Linguistic Variation Volume 3: Dutch//, ed. Hinskens, Frans and Johan Taeldeman, 129-142. Berlin; Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.)) The geographical area referred to stretches from the province of Groningen southwards to the eastern corner of Utrecht province, more precisely the Veluwe, and  to the Achterhoek in Gelderland (ibid). ((Hinskens, Frans and Johan Taeldeman (2013) “The Classification of the Dialects of Dutch”. In //Language and Space. An International Handbook of Linguistic Variation Volume 3: Dutch//, ed. Hinskens, Frans and Johan Taeldeman, 129-142. Berlin; Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.)) \\ Gronings is correspondingly spoken in the province of Groningen. Groningen is the north-eastern province that borders Friesland to the west, Drenthe to the south and shares a border with the German federal state of Lower Saxony to the east.
  
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 The map displays a possible division of dialect or language areas in the Netherlands and the provinces of Flemish Belgium. The aforementioned north-eastern part which is traditionally characterised as the Low Saxon area can be found in this map. As described above, the area covers the provinces of Groningen, Drenthe, Overijssel, a large part of Gelderland as well as parts of Friesland and a small corner of Utrecht. ​ The map displays a possible division of dialect or language areas in the Netherlands and the provinces of Flemish Belgium. The aforementioned north-eastern part which is traditionally characterised as the Low Saxon area can be found in this map. As described above, the area covers the provinces of Groningen, Drenthe, Overijssel, a large part of Gelderland as well as parts of Friesland and a small corner of Utrecht. ​
  
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