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Is there a standardized orthography in use? Which institution maintains this orthography?
Give a short description of the area where the language is spoken, and which dialects exist. If available, upload an image of a map, illustrating where the language is spoken. See Adding audio, video or pictures for more information.
Describe what the map shows, and give credits to the creator of the map if necessary.
If you wish to provide many data concerning speaker numbers, please consider presenting these in tables. Refer to Creating tables for more information.
Please describe the history of the language's presence in:
Please describe legislation concerning education of the language. Distinguish between different levels of legislation. For instance, legislation concerning Aragonese language education in Aragon (Spain) is affected by:
Questions that may be discussed in this section:
If information is available, please discuss whether:
Feel free to add additional points, not included in the list above.
To what extent is language education available in the area under scrutiny:
Can you say anything about to what extent education of the language helps to preserve it:
Feel free to structure your information using chapter headings, e.g.:
Please mention, point-by-point, institutions that provide language education, teacher training, or that develop learning materials. You can also include broadcasting services or publishing houses. In addition you can provide links to online learning resources.
If there is a Mercator Regional Dossier about the language in this country, please provide a link below:
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