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The Similian language is a language spoken by roughly 92,000 in Tudonia, of whom approximately 57,000 live in the Special Administrative Region of Similia, where it serves as a lingua franca, with the remaining 35,000 mostly living in other parts of the country. Furthermore, 19,000 speakers of Similian speakers live in the south of Mascylla, with at least 3,000 speakers living on other parts of it. Outside of Tudonia and Mascylla, there is not a significant community of speakers in any other Æian country. Similian is not related to the Cataisuran languages, thus resulting in it being grouped under the term “Old Asuran language.” However, it has many loan words from various Cataisuran languages, most prominently from Continental Alemannic and through it from Fiorentine and Chalcian.

Studies suggest that, within the special administrative region, up to 70% of inhabitants use the Similian alphabet for handwriting, while some 30% use the Fiorentine alphabet for handwriting. Among speakers outside of the special administrative region, these numbers reverse. Politically, many have accused Similian of having a disproportional importance, with the language’s status often being discussed on a federal level in Tudonia. Similian language higher education is highly limited which has been the main concern of activists during the past decades. (See more...)

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