Luxembourgish is the national language of Luxembourg, whereas the languages of administration and official documents are German and French. This means that Luxembourgers are truly tri-lingual, which is pretty cool for people living in a triangle-shaped country! Just in case you were wondering, its three neighbors are Belgium, France and Germany. So it’s not surprising that Luxembourgish has a lot in common with German and Dutch, plus a healthy dollop of French words. The perfect language to take a cheeky short cut to being multi-lingual! Did you know? Luxembourgish is also spoken in the Arelerland region of Belgium (part of the Province of Luxembourg) and in small parts of Lorraine in France.