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In the Cockpit
Submitted by Amber on 2007-02-09 09:09:52 (via
I always have so much fun reading the articles from this site. This one is about an eluding country, small, hidden in a crack between two big countries, no, actually three. People like to retain the mystery of their little home; in addition, they conspire to speak a language among themselves incomprehensible to any living being…
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-06 06:32:41
I am from Luxembourg! I found the comment about the language particularly funny! we don't change our language! maybe we switch from one language to another but we don't introduce different words in Luxembourgish! you must have met some strange Luxembourgers lol
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Submitted by Tequilla on 2007-08-06 10:19:03
We have our own language, even if there are a lot of words who seems to be the same as in french and german, but luxembourgish is a language like others to.
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Submitted by Sabrina on 2007-08-06 11:26:29
I am luxembourgish too and it's true that we speak a weird language but we don't introduce other words in our language as soon as we think that someone could understand what we're talking about! :)
What the article says about Luxembourg-City is true, it's a beautiful city with an amazing fortress. for those who are interested in history and all that stuff, it's really worth to visit Luxembourg, but it also has some other interesting aspects!
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Submitted by bindero on 2007-08-09 03:13:34
Hey.. I loved the article, its light-hearted style is admirable :) the truth is thta Luxembourgina are really ahrd to find so we must be lucky for having 3 right here:)
anyway, Sabrina.. is Luxembourgian an official language or your country has another?
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