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This front matter section of the book Scandoromani: Remnants of a Mixed Language presents the table of contents, a list of figures, acknowledgements, a list of abbreviations, and a list of contributors. The book focuses on Scandoromani language and its speakers and the structure and position of Scandoromani. The dialect Scandoromani is a remnant of the language spoken by the first Romani immigrants to the Nordic countries. It belongs to the northwest continuum of Romani dialects: a group that also embraces the Sinte/Manouche dialects spoken in Germany, France, Netherlands, Hungary, Bohemia, Slovakia, Russia, and northern Italy, and the Finnish Kale dialect.

Keywords: France; Germany; Romani immigrants; Scandoromani



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