How is Occitan different from French?

How is Occitan different from French?

Unlike other Romance languages such as French or Spanish, there is no single written standard language called “Occitan”, and Occitan has no official status in France, home to most of Occitania.

Is Occitan spoken in Spain?

The Occitan language is one of the official languages in Catalonia, but the region where it is spoken straddles southern France, Italy, and Spain.

What languages does the Spanish state contribute to the European linguistic variety *?

Catalan / Valencian / Balearic. Galician. Basque. Aranese.

Where is Occitan spoken in France?

Occitan is a language that is spoken across the Occitania region — mainly in southern France but also in northern Spain, in Monaco (and along the French Riviera towards Marseille) and also in the Occitan Valleys in Italy.

Where is Occitan still spoken?

southern France
Although many people have not heard of Occitan, also known as Langue d’Oc, it’s one of several Romance languages that evolved from vernacular Latin, and is still spoken in six major dialects across southern France as well as parts of north-western Italy and northern Spain.

What language is spoken in Avignon?

In the mid-19th century a literary Renaissance, led by the Félibrige and based on the dialect of the Arles-Avignon region, lent new lustre to Occitan, and a modern standard dialect was established.

What languages are delivered at INALCO?

Inalco delivers the program in Chinese (in partnership with the University of Paris-Diderot) and Arabic (in partnership with the Universities of Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle and Paris 4-Sorbonne). The Science of Language program is delivered jointly with Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle.

Is there an Auditor status at INALCO?

There is no auditor status at Inalco, but with the Langues O’ Passport, you can choose from Inalco’s course offerings in language or cultural studies to make a tailor-made program worth up to 24 ECTS credits per year. Inalco is involved in several major e-learning projects concerning Inuktitut and Swahili.

Why study at INALCO?

Inalco offers a huge diversity of courses in languages and cultures—over 100 languages and cultures and five professional streams. Students at Inalco benefit from quality, research-led teaching with a strong concern for employability. Inalco’s programs are open to students from all backgrounds

What master’s programs are offered at INALCO?

Learn more about the eight master’s programs offered at Inalco below. The LLCER master’s program is open to students with a bachelor’s degree who can provide evidence that they have sufficient proficiency in one of the languages taught at Inalco.

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