Introduction to Luxembourgish
This is a course of Luxembourgish created by campbellfairs. This course has been viewed by 10729 people.
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- Linas wrote:
Great progress on the lessons, and such a rare language - but I think it would be better to ease into the language by introducing structures one by one, rather than together.(1068 out of 2020 people found this comment helpful, did you? yes or no)
EDIT: I was asked to add further information to the comments section for this course by Frédéric. Find Frédéric's comment below:
Good evening is said 'gudden Owend' with an N. For Good morning, 'gudde Moien' is correct because the N disappears in accordance to the EIFELER REGEL (The rule of the Eifel region languages) which states that the N is maintained in front of N, D, T, Z, H and the vowels (A, E, I, O, U) but disappears in any other configuration. Owend starts with a vowel, so the N of gudden is maintained giving us 'gudden Owend'. Moien doesn't start with a vowel nor with N, D, T, Z, or H, so the N of gudden disappears giving us 'gudde moien'.
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