Are there different dialects in Romanian?

Are there different dialects in Romanian?

Are there different dialects in Romanian?

The Romanian dialects (Romanian: subdialecte or graiuri) are the several regional varieties of the Romanian language (Daco-Romanian). The dialects are divided into two types, northern and southern, but further subdivisions are less clear, so the number of dialects varies between two and occasionally twenty.

How many dialects are in Romanian?

Dialects. Romanian encompasses four varieties: (Daco-)Romanian, Aromanian, Megleno-Romanian, and Istro-Romanian with Daco-Romanian being the standard variety.

How many dialects are there in Sweden?

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Swedish dialects are divided into six groups Swedish is traditionally divided into six major dialect groups: Norrland, Svealand, Gotland, Götaland, South Swedish and East Swedish (Finland Swedish).

What dialect is spoken in Oslo?

In daily speech Bokmål is predominant in the area around Oslo and the eastern Norwegian lowland, while Nynorsk is widely spoken in the mountainous interior and along the west coast. More than 15,000 Norwegians, mostly in scattered pockets of northern Norway, speak North Sami as a first language.

What alphabet does Norway use?

Alphabet. The Norwegian alphabet is based upon the Latin alphabet and is identical to the Danish alphabet. Since 1917 it has consisted of the following 29 letters. The letters c, q, w, x and z are not used in the spelling of indigenous Norwegian words.

What are the top 3 languages spoken in Sweden?

Percentage of people in Sweden who speak the languages below as a mother tongue or foreign language.

  • Swedish 96.72%
  • English 53.97%
  • German 18.66%
  • French 6.85%
  • Spanish 4.78%
  • Danish 4.47%
  • Finnish 1.6%
  • Italian 1.22%

How do you address a Swedish woman?

The gender-neutral version is »Bäste herr eller fru«—again like »Dear Sir or Madam« in English. However, this salutation is not so common in Sweden due to the very informal use of language. Since the abolishment of most polite forms in the 60’s, you can just write: »Hej! «