More than two thirds of residents to the Grand Duchy use Luxembourgish at work, home or the office, a study has revealed.
According to the latest results published from the 2011 population census, 70.5 percent of the Luxembourg population can speak the national language.
And it was not just Luxembourg natives who spoke the language, the study suggests. German, Dutch and Montenegrin residents also claimed to use Luxembourg, representing the largest foreign nationality groups to do so.
The next most commonly spoken language by residents was French with more than half the population (55.7 percent) followed by German (30.6 percent).