Monday, 26 February 2018

The 17 oddest things about the island of Jersey, if you’re thinking of visiting

Metro dêrengl'ye:

While the island speaks English, they also have a traditional tongue

Jerriais is a living language, a derivative of Norman French that preceded English and is still being taught in schools today.

It became important during the Occupation as it meant locals could communicate without being understood by the Germans.

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