--- Iván Pérez Domínguez
<ivanperezdoming...@terra.es> escribió: 
> Christian Perrier wrote:
> 
> >>    Some decades ago it was the mother tongue of ...
> I don't know
> >>exactly, but more than 80/90% of the population.
> Now, it's losing
> >>speakers at alarming rates (in my opinion, mainly
> because of the
> >>mass-media: radio, TV, cinema, almost everything
> is in spanish).
> >>    
> >>
> >
> >
> >But is it teached at school, in parallel with
> Castillan? I guess that
> >Basque or Catalan are, in their respective
> region...which may explain
> >they are well alive.
> >
> >If Galician is teached at school (or at least in
> some schools), this
> >gives an interesting target for free software
> translators....
> >
> >
> >  
> >
> Yes, it is. Actually, in most schools and some
> universities, many other 
> subjects are teached
> in galician.
> 

But city people continues talking spanish... Galician
is mostly spoken in interior (non-coast) towns.

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