Studying Abroad in Spain
Replies: 16 - Last Post: Apr 6, 2013 7:33 AM Last Post By: medul
Apr 5, 2013 8:29 AM
15@medul (#12): As you seem to be absolutely unable to get my point and read my posts properly, I'll give another try explaining it with different words. I said Aranese is one of the co-official languages of Catalonia (objective fact). I didn't say how many people use it in Barcelona. Do you get it now?
Aranes is spoken roughly by 34% of a population of less than 2900 living in Vall d'Aran.
The Val d'Aran has more than 10000 inhabitants (source).
If you want to stay away from the heat, then I guess Cadiz and Oviedo are not good places to go too! They are located in Andalucia in the south of Spain and which is also the area of Spain which gets the hottest especially in the summer!
Take a look at a map and you'll see Oviedo isn't located in Andalucía but in Asturias. You'll also see Asturias is in the North of Spain...
Apr 6, 2013 7:33 AM
16Not really interested in Aranes. Just felt that after reading# 3 Regarding Barcelona, there are 3 co-official languages in Barcelona (Spanish, Catalan and Aranese). Spanish and Catalan are by far the two most used someone could infer that on top of Spanish and Catalan in Barcelona we speak Aranes, which it is not, and whoever it's a local here knows it. I thought it would be important to people intending to learn Spanish in Barcelona to have this clarified. Just that.
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