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Franco-Provençal is used in the Aosta Valley and other parts of Italy, Switzerland, and France.

(Don't confuse Franco-Provençal with Provençal Occitan.)

Savoyard Dialect

1) Onte est ma çhambra?

2) Onte est la plage?

3) Onte est lo bar?

4) Me toçhiéds pas lé!

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Alternate names for Franco-Provençal include Francoprovençal, Francoprovençâl, Francoprovenal, Francoprovencal, Franco-Provencal, Francoprovenzale, Arpitan, Arpitano, Dialetto, Patoà, Patois, Patouès, and Romand

The four essential
travel phrases in English:

1) Where is my room?
2) Where is the beach?
3) Where is the bar?
4) Don't touch me there!
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