Sater-frisian is the last remaining part of the East-Frisian language. Around 1.500 people speak and write the language in Saterland. The language looks a lot like West-Frisian, it’s in between West-Frisian and the North-Frisian dialects. Even though it is little, it’s alive. Children are learning the language on school and the internet offers some Sater-frisian websites. According to the Guinnes Book of Records is it the smallest living language in Europe. Spoken by roughly 1.500 people. You can be one of these folks by learning the language!