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Ligurian

Ligurian is used in Monaco, Italy's Liguria region, and parts of France.

Dialects shown below:  Genoese, Intermelio, and Monégasque



top Genoese

The Genoese dialect is used in Genoa, Italy.

1) Dovve a l'è a mæ càmia?

2) Dovve a l'è a spiazza?

3) Dovve o l'è o bar?

4) No toccâme là!

Language information at Wikipedia

Writing system information at Omniglot

Alternate names for the Genoese dialect include Genoan, Genovese, Zeneize and Zena



top Intermelio

The Intermelio dialect is used in Sanremo and Ventimiglia in northern Italy.

1) Unde l'é a mei stançia?

2) Unde l'é l'assa?

3) Unde l'é u bar?

4) Nu sta a tocamme là!

Language information at Wikipedia (in Italian)



top Monégasque

The Monégasque dialect is used in Monaco.

1) Unde é a me' cambera?

2) Unde é a marina?

3) Unde é a büveta?

4) Nun sté a me dá nüia!

Language information at Wikipedia

Alternate names for the Monégasque dialect include Monegasque, Munegasc, and Ventimigliese



Language information at Wikipedia and Ethnologue

Alternate names for Ligurian include Ligure and Líguru


The four essential
travel phrases in English:

1) Where is my room?
2) Where is the beach?
3) Where is the bar?
4) Don't touch me there!
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