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- 4 Чакавски
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Ako dodas novu kategoriju koja bi spadala ovdje, ili mi javi ili nadopuni popis.
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--Veliki Kategorizator (Nomen est omen - znas tko je)
Questions have been raised about Image:EuropeArticleLanguages.png in English Wikipedia at en:Article (grammar).
1) Why is there an area in Finland marked "indefinite and postfixed definite articles"? I answered that this is an area where Swedish is spoken.
2) Why is Slovenia cross hatched? My guess is that is represents German or Italian being commonly spoken there, but I really don't know.
3) No one questioned it, but I am assuming the "only definite articles" areas in Britain and Ireland represent Welsh and Gaelic.
Are these actually majority languages in those areas, or are you referring to common minority languages? Representing minority languages on a map is a problem. en:user:Barticus88. 18.104.22.168 22:50, 19 May 2008 (UTC)
- Regarding that map, the Swedish speaking area in Finland is incorrectly placed. Swedish is spoken along the southern coast of Finland (around Helsinki), not so much along the western coast. Also, the map implies that Norwegian is not spoken above the arctic circle in that country. Saami/Lapp language is a minority laguage only spoken by a majority in Finnmark in the inland portion of Norway in the extreme north along the border with Sweden. Swedish, is also the majority language far further north than indicated on the map. Also, the Basque area should be hashed, as many Spanish and French speakers also live there, this also applies to the Gaelic speaking areas in Scotland and Ireland as in both countries Gaelic is a definate minority language (only 50,000 speakers in Scotland, and even those tend to use it as a second language). Even in Wales, English is the dominant language except in the north west. Nonetheless, good effort and keep up the good work. :) (user 1812ahill)->22.214.171.124 16:10, 21 October 2009 (UTC)
- I will update the map as suggested. Regarding Slovenian, there's article (or something like it) in colloquial use, but not in the standard. Google for "article colloquial Slovenian".
- Regarding the "minority languages", I think not representing them is worse than over-representing them. Should I hide all Celtic languages? I want to show areal influences, and nowadays minority languages should play a role. I think further discussion should be moved to the corresponding discussion page.
- Dnik (talk)
Ћао, Дник :)
Јесте, користио сам свг мапу СФРЈ као подлогу, е сад ствар је у томе што се не сећам има ли је овде у остави или сам је ја сам цртао :( Што се тиче дораде, наравно, немам ништа против и биће ми драго да се допуни информацијама које поседујеш. Било би добро у том случају да имамо две-три карте чакавштине по изворима неколико аутора (Бузовић, Вермер...). Што се тиче ове моје, немој директо мењати, језик и писмо будући да се она користи кон нас на ср.њики, преведи је на енлески и преслови на хрватски ако има потребе. Надам се да смо се разумели? :) За све што те интересује или било шта друго, слободно ми се јави. Ако ти шта затреба слободно ме контактирај преко мејла..
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