Re: Bable ?
"Bob and Doris Jones" <bobianjones@xxxxxxxxxxxx> escribió en el mensaje
> I've heard that Asturians have a language of their own called "bable".
> What sort of language is it ? Is it Celtic or Romance ? Does it have
> Celtic (Welsh) influence in words or syntax ? How many people use it ?
> Is it taught in schools ?
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