miércoles, 24 de septiembre de 2008


Paraula d'Oc. Núm: 6

Data: 06/2003

Jordi Colomina, philologist of the Alacant University and Acadèmia Valenciana de la Llengua (Valencian Academy of the Language) , proposes to the philologists, specially to the IEO (Catalan Studies Institut) to name the language: Valencian-Catalan language, in order to avoid problems between Valencian and Catalan people, and at the same time to finish the Valencian Battle.

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1 comentario:

Anónimo dijo...

I agree that there should be a term to encompass all the variations of the language spoken in Valencia, Catalunya, Balears, Franja de Ponent, and Rossello.

My grandfather was from La Franja (Mequinensa) and my grandmother was from Catalunya (Canet de Mar), and I don't think any one form of the language should be considered in any way more proper than the other.

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