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john timber 12 months ago:
In Spain (and in Portugal), many languages cohabit the peninsula. The primary one is Spanish however, and the problem there is that basically everyone who speaks a regional language is bilingual in Spanish, the lingua franca as well as that regional language. This has serious effects on multilingualism, and I don't just mean between Spanish and Catalan, Basque, Galician, Asturian, Aragonese etc, but between these languages themselves.
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