The Ármagian language (Ármagian: Ármagianská) is a Germanic language which closely related to German, English and Scandinavian languages. The known differences are that German letters like "ä" and "ü" are replaced with "á" and "ú" but shares the same sounds, the letter "ó" shares the same sound as the sound for the Polish "ó" and "é" and "í" shares the same sounds as the English "e" and "i", but the bit that stays the same is the letter "ö". The sound and letter stays the same.

With the recent arrivals of English and Scottish people, the percentage of Ármagian speakers dropped slightly from 56% back in 1955 to 49% in 2010, which counts as a 0.128% drop each year and the English language became a dominant speaking language.

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