Template talk:Languages of Germany

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/* Frisian languages */[edit]

Hello, the article bears the name Frisian languages, which is a plural. According to the article, there is a language code for North and West Frisian each, although North and West Frisian end on Frisian, they should be treated separately in the article. Kind regards, Sarcelles (talk) 19:14, 30 July 2017 (UTC)