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Asturian is an indigenous language that originated in parts of northern Spain and is still spoken by communities in Asturias, Cantabria, and Castile. This romance language has a rich history of influences from Latin, English, Greek, and Old Spanish.
The Asturian language also has its phonemic system which contains some sounds not found in other languages such as the alveolopalatal fricative. Its lexicon is expansive with a wide range of vocabulary adapted from various cultures including Celtic roots. With 21 syllable-toned dialects recognized as separate languages, Asturian is a complex language full of intriguing nuances.
At PoliLingua, we offer reliable and certified Asturian translation services. Our team of certified Asturian translators has in-depth knowledge of the language and its nuances, which allows them to provide accurate and precise translations.
They have worked with a variety of industries and businesses that need certified Asturian translations for different purposes. With their experience, they can provide our customers with quality translations that ensure accuracy and speedy delivery.
Our commitment to customer satisfaction has made us one of the leading providers of certified Asturian translation services in the industry.
Asturian is a language spoken in the Asturias region of Spain. It is considered a minority language and is primarily spoken by the Asturian people, a Celtic ethnic group indigenous to the region. According to the latest available data, there are around 100,000 to 150,000 speakers of Asturian in the Asturias region.
However, the actual number of speakers may be higher due to the difficulty in determining the exact number of speakers of minority languages. Despite efforts to promote the language and its use in education and media, Asturian is considered an endangered language, and its speakers face social and political challenges, including limited opportunities for language use in public life.
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