← Overview← Information

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 small, it’s alive. Children are learning the language on school and the internet offers a lot of Sater-frisian websites. According to the Guinnes Book of Records is it the smallest living language in Europe. Like I said, only spoken by roughly 1.500 people. You can be one of those people by learning the language!

Saterfriesisch
(auf deutsch)
Sealterfrysk
(yn it Frysk)