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German language[edit]

Hi, Please take note of my statement on the Talk page of the German language-article. --37ophiuchi (talk) 19:48, 10 June 2015 (UTC)

Hello, sorry for being absent for a while but I have read the discussion and am glad to see it has been mostly resolved. However, I do have a question regarding the status of dialects versus standard German that has been posted onto the talk page. Thanks. -- Moalli 22:31, 25 June 2015 (UTC)

Portuguese in EQG[edit]

Hello Moalli, I noticed you removed Portuguese from the Equatorial Guinea article, but it's been added back with some questionable sources, would you be able to chime in here? Thanks. Ukabia - talk 15:34, 9 August 2015 (UTC)

November 2015[edit]

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Hello! Thank you for all your contributions. I saw your edits for Cantonese, and wanted to note something that may be a bit inaccurate.

While Cantonese is a major language in Southeast Asia, and dominant in Vietnam and much of Malaysia, it is important to note that the rest of its regions have a greater presence Min languages (esp. Hokkien and Teochew) or a plurality of dialect groups due to the historic mass-migration of Hoklo peoples. Thus, I fear it is incorrect to say Cantonese is the most spoken variety in Singapore (see this), or for that matter most other SE Asian countries (e.g. refer to Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines). — Preceding unsigned comment added by Nzo9 (talkcontribs) 16:18, 10 July 2016 (UTC)