Gallurese is a dialect of Corsican spoken on the Italian island of Sardinia, closely related to other smaller varieties such as Sasserese and Logudorese. It also bears a significant influence from other Romance languages like Spanish and Catalan. Although it is a dialect, there are several varieties of Gallurese. Today TranslationServices.com is proud to say that we can provide any Gallurese communication needs.
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A Dialect of Sardinia
Recognized as a minority language on the island of Sardinia, Gallurese has its home in Gallura. Sometimes Gallurese is described as a dialect of Corsican and at other times as a transitional language between Corsican and Sardinian. In any case, the people of Gallura see the languages as a distinct and important aspect of the region’s identity. Gallurese literature dates back to the early 17th century, mostly in the form of poetry and religious odes. Today, Gallurese is mostly used by older generations and is less often passed down to children.
Effective Communication in Gallurese
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