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Title: Language report Maltese
Other Titles: European language equality
Authors: Rosner, Michael
Borg, Claudia
Keywords: Language and languages
Maltese language
Multilingualism -- European Union countries
Language acquisition
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Rosner, M. & Borg, C. (2023). Language report Maltese. In G. Rehm & A. Way (Eds.), European language equality (pp. 183-186). Cham: Springer.
Abstract: This chapter is a highly abbreviated version of an update (Rosner and C. Borg 2022) to the META-NET White Paper on Maltese (Rosner and Joachimsen 2012). Like its predecessor, the update forms part of a series for all European Languages. Section 1 provides a brief description of the language, its national status, its general typology as a language, and its current usage in the digital sphere. Section 2 gives an overview of technologies and resources that are currently available. Finally, Section 3 frames the main shortcomings of Maltese language technology in terms of fragmentation, and offers some recommendations on how that might be reduced.
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