Jèrriais is the form of the Norman language spoken in the Channel Island of Jersey.
It has been in decline over the past century as English has increasingly become the language of choice.
There are few people who speak Jèrriais as a mother tongue and their numbers decrease annually.
To counter this, efforts are being made to keep the language alive through teaching in local schools.
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