|Pronunciation||Aragonese pronunciation: [aɾaɣoˈnes]|
|Region||Aragon; northern and central Huesca and northern Zaragoza|
|25,500 (2011) including speakers living outside the native area (2011)|
|Latin (Aragonese alphabet)|
|Regulated by||Academia d'a Luenga Aragonesa|
Map of Aragon with the dialects of northern Aragon in gray, blue, and light orange
The Aragonese language is spoken in the north of Aragon. The Aragonese is similar to other near languages: Spanish language, Catalan and Occitan. Also there are a lot of words in Aragonese similar to Basque words. About 10,000 people speak Aragonese. Aragonese is a Romance language.
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