Difference between revisions of "Letzembourgish language"

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# '''Germanic Period (December 2015 - January 2016):''' A largely Germanic language, meaning that nearly all of its grammar and vocabulary was based directly upon [[w:Dutch|Dutch]], [[w:German|German]], and [[w:English|English]].
# '''Germanic Period (December 2015 - January 2016):''' A largely Germanic language, meaning that nearly all of its grammar and vocabulary was based directly upon [[w:Dutch|Dutch]], [[w:German|German]], and [[w:English|English]].
# '''"Romano-Germanic Period" (January 2016 - February 2016):''' With the publishing of the new grammar rules and vocabulary, The language slowly started transitioning into a more Romantic language, as opposed to a Germanic language. Typical of this period is the usage of accented letters, such as ''"á, and ç."'' In the Romano-Germanic period, the language began to include various elements in favour of Romance languages, primarily [[w:French|French]], but also kept its Germanic roots. Many basic root words were taken directly from [[w:French|French]], but the [[w:Dutch|Dutch]] and [[w:German|German]] roots still remained.
# '''"Romano-Germanic Period" (January 2016 - February 2016):''' With the publishing of the new grammar rules and vocabulary, The language slowly started transitioning into a more Romantic language, as opposed to a Germanic language. Typical of this period is the usage of accented letters, such as ''"á, and ç."'' In the Romano-Germanic period, the language began to include various elements in favour of Romance languages, primarily [[w:French|French]], but also kept its Germanic roots. Many basic root words were taken directly from [[w:French|French]], but the [[w:Dutch|Dutch]] and [[w:German|German]] roots still remained.
#'''"Gallo-Romance Period" (February 2016 - ''Current''):''' With the creation of a brand-new dictionary, Letzembourgish completely transitioned into a Romance language (more specifically, a Gallo-Romance language). The Germanic roots were trashed, and many elements from [[w:Romanian:Romanian]] were included into the language. Letzembourgish was also inspired by elements from the [http://mw.micronation.org/wiki/Talossan_language Talossan] language, created by [http://mw.micronation.org/wiki/Robert_Ben_Madison Robert Ben Madison].
#'''"Gallo-Romance Period" (February 2016 - ''Current''):''' With the creation of a brand-new dictionary, Letzembourgish completely transitioned into a Romance language (more specifically, a Gallo-Romance language). The Germanic roots were trashed, and many elements from [[w:Romanian|Romanian]] were included into the language. Letzembourgish was also inspired by elements from the [http://mw.micronation.org/wiki/Talossan_language Talossan] language, created by [http://mw.micronation.org/wiki/Robert_Ben_Madison Robert Ben Madison].
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An example of Letzembourgish:<br>
An example of Letzembourgish:<br>