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Europe is often described as a rich mosaic of languages. All these languages have different statuses: they may be national or official languages, regional or minority languages or languages spoken by people from migrant backgrounds. Regional or minority languages are usually connected to a specific geographical area in a given State, although a few of them, known as non-territorial languages, cannot be linked to a particular geographical area. In the EU, an estimated 40 to 50 million people speak a regional or minority language (European Parliament, 2016).

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