:Ripuarian lacks proper government recognition in the Netherlands. In that regard it seems to be the same as Zeelandic and Brabantian, except that it is - wrongly - treated as "Limburgish". I know that there are bilingual signs in Kerkrade, just as there are in Maastricht - but that doesn't make the legal classification of the few Ripuarian dialects spoken in the extreme south of the province as "Limburgish" linguistically accurate. In fact, we really just have to refer to the situation with Serbo-Croatian in the former Yugoslavia to see that politics is the enemy of science when it comes to linguistics. Also, remember that Limburgish is also spoken in Belgium, where it has no government recognition - so why should that be a deciding factor on anything?
:Before you ask, yes, I can follow written Dutch and German to an extent, which makes reading Limburgish to be a relatively easy task. I can understand most (maybe not most, but a large portion of) what you've written. [[Gebroeker:Sol505000|Sol505000]] ([[Euverlèk gebroeker:Sol505000|euverlègk]]) 31 okt 2020 03:49 (CET)
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