About Luxembourgish Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Luxembourgish is an old language that is used by French people. The total number of native speakers includes 600,000. It is recognized as a minority language in Belgium. This language is from the family of Indo-European and Germanic languages. Even though it is an old language there are a lot of French words and phrases incorporated in it. As a result, almost all the people in Luxembourg speak this language. However, the population of Luxembourg is either bilingual or trilingual. Traditionally Luxembourgish is used orally in the Governments and courts in Germany. It is also used in the most popular newspapers and magazines. Luxembourg features a Moselle-Franconian dialect and is spoken by some people in Germany. The writing system is Latin while the alphabets consist of 26 Latin letters too.