SOME ASPECTS OF LANGUAGE POLICIES IN SPAIN, IRELAND AND BELGIUM

Authors

  • Arzu Sabir gizi Karimova teacher of Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University, doctoral student

Keywords:

Language preferences, regional languages, Irish language, education, scientific activity

Abstract

Main characteristics of the language situation in other regions of Spain. Galicia is characterized by the widespread use of the Spanish language in large cities. This linguistic advantage is explained by the similarity of the two state languages and the historically established superiority of the Castilian language over the Galician language. Castilian has a greater dominance over regional languages in Aragon. It is used by 95% of the population. The remaining inhabitants speak both Aragonese and Catalan. Aragonese is spoken only in the foothills of the Pyrenees, the total number of speakers does not exceed 30 thousand out of two million ethnic Aragonese. Another autonomy for the Spanish state is Asturias, the only autonomous community outside of Catalonia to adopt a new language law at the end of the 20th century.

Published

2022-11-20

How to Cite

Arzu Sabir gizi Karimova. (2022). SOME ASPECTS OF LANGUAGE POLICIES IN SPAIN, IRELAND AND BELGIUM. World Scientific Reports, (1). Retrieved from https://ojs.publisher.agency/index.php/WSR/article/view/348

Issue

Section

Philological Sciences