Corsican Language and Information Resources

The Corsican Language
Here is an introduction to the Corsican language and links to sites with more information.
Corsican (corsu)
Corsican is a Romance language spoken by about 341,000 people.
Corsican Language
Corsican is a romanic language of the italian-romanic group.
Language in Corsica
The office language in Corsica is French, although there is a Corsican language called u Corsu which you will still hear spoken amongst the locals when you venture into villages.
Corsican language
Corsican is a Romance language spoken and written on the islands of Corsica (France) and northern Sardinia (Italy).
Corsicans are a proud people, generous and free spirited and you will not find more hospitable hosts.
Language of Corsica
All Corsicans can speak French, as this is the official language of Corsica.
Corsican Language
The Corsican language is a language of diverse origins, which, at the time of the Roman Empire was massively influenced by Latin, and in modern times first by Toscan, a variety of Italian, and latterly by French.

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