High Road to Culture in Flanders and the Netherlands


High Road to Culture in Flanders and the Netherlands

The Other Languages of Brussels
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The Other Languages of Brussels

(Rudi Janssens) The Low Countries - 2004, № 12, pp. 277-278

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After French and Dutch, the most widely-known languages in Brussels are English, German and Spanish, but after the two official languages the languages most frequently spoken in the home are Arabic, Turkish and Berber. This brief overview looks more closely at these ‘other' languages and the circumstances in which they are used.

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