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Sardinian is the home language of almost 1.500.000 in Sardinia. It's historically divided in two macrogroups of dialects which gratly differs in fonetics. They have historically developed two literary standards. Attemts of the Governament of Sardinia to unify this two dialects are failed due the opposition of the people. Actually all southern sardinians are using a ortografic and gramatic standard defined by the governament of the Province of Cagliari, the capital of the island. 1.000.000 are capable to understand campidanian and probably 800.000 people can actively speak it. It's largerly the most spoken of the two sardinian dialects and is the language of the almost 500.000 inhabitants of the metropolitan area of Cagliari.
Then please do this. πr2 (t • c) 15:15, 19 December 2012 (UTC)
I am in disagreement with the proponent. In fact, Sardinian Wikipedia invites the user to write in Campidanese dialect, it is just written in the section Iscrie in Sardu (Write in Sardinian). The new wiki is not really necessary. Tokvo (talk) 11:37, 26 December 2012 (UTC)
Yes, you are right but the discussion in Sardinia about the two major dialects of Sardinian is developing towards two language standards. It has been set up by local sub-regional auctorities. In addition, the mutual intelligibility between northern and southern sardinians is difficult and, actually, we use italian !! Sardinian language is not compulsory teached , and common people can't write it and has difficulties to read it at all in his own dialects. This is the situation of most regional languages in Europe. There is also an anthrpological difference between north and south sardinians that's very radicated so the attempts to unify the language are failed. Sardinian is a indangered language but history did not brought us an unified grammar and orthography. People want pupils to learn the language and many projects in this way are produced in schools. In the south of Sardinia these projects are about Campidanese as the others varieties are refused as strangers, not teached and not fully understood. That's the real situation: sardinian has had two storical standards and this is actual development.
It's not a problem of provincialism, not only probably, it's simply a mutually understanding problem.