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English: Knowledge of German as a foreign language (second language in Luxembourg) in the EU member states (+Croatia and Turkey), in per cent of the adult population (+15), 2005. Data taken from an EU survey. ebs_243_en.pdf (
Svenska: Kunskaper i tyska som främmande språk (andraspråk i Luxembourg) i EU:s medlemsstater, i procent av befolkningen äldre än 15 år. Baserad på en EU-undersökning genomförd år 2005.
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