By Dominique Stich
Le romanche, parlé dans le canton helvétique des Grisons, est aujourd'hui los angeles quatrième langue officielle de los angeles Suisse. En 1982 a été créé par le Prof. Dr Heinrich Schmid, de l'université de Zurich, le "romanche grison (rumantsch grischun), forme suprarégionale factor des cinq parlers existants. Cette forme est devenue aujourd'hui langue "officielle". Cet ouvrage présente d'abord los angeles Suisse et le canton des Grisons, l'histoire de los angeles langue romanche depuis les premiers textes écrits (Xvième siècle) et los angeles state of affairs actuelle.
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