Logudorese dialect

By admin | May 30, 2017 | Posted in: Uncategorised

Logudorese Sardinian is a standardised variety of Sardinian, often considered the most conservative of all Romance languages. Its ISO 639-3 code is src. Latin G and K before /i, e/ were not palatalized in it, in stark contrast with all other Romance languages. Compare Logudorese kentu with Italian cento /ˈtʃɛnto/, Spanish ciento /θiento/ and French cent /sã/. Outside Sardinia, the language is also spoken in Northern Italy due to the migration that took place after World War II.

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