Malta is an indigenous language spoken by people from the region of Aran, in southern Italy.
The Maltese language has a long history in the region, dating back to the ancient Romans who settled here.
Today, there are about 30,000 Maltas in Italy and more than a million speakers in the rest of the European Union.
But the language, which is a blend of English and Spanish, has been slowly losing its popularity over the years.
Today only about 20% of Maltas have a working internet connection, according to the Maltese Language Institute.
There are also growing concerns that the Malta languages, which are considered dialects, are losing their cultural value and are being replaced by foreign languages like Spanish.
Many people in Malta, which includes the region around Aran near Rome, say they do not want to lose their culture and identity as a result of the loss of their Maltese.
According to the institute, about 60% of the population in the area have no internet access.
The lack of internet is a significant problem for Maltas, who have a population of more than 500,000.
But there are also some who feel the loss is a blessing.
For some, the loss will enable them to better understand their local dialects.
“When I get older, it’ll be more fun,” says one man.
For others, it will also provide them with more opportunities for learning new languages.
“Malta has lost its importance, but I’m not so worried about it now because it’s an important language to me,” says a woman, who asked to be named only as Maria.
Maria says that it’s a great feeling to have a language in the hands of someone who can understand it, and says she hopes to one day be able to speak it. “
People should try and learn Malta if they want to survive, but it won’t change anything.”
Maria says that it’s a great feeling to have a language in the hands of someone who can understand it, and says she hopes to one day be able to speak it.
But she’s not convinced that the language will be lost any time soon.
“I don’t see it going away anytime soon,” she says.
“Even if I’m older, I think I can still speak it, so I’ll try.”
A video about the history of Malta from the Maltas language institute The Maltas Language Institute has created a YouTube channel, The Story of Maltavans, which chronicles the history and evolution of the Maltastas language.
The channel has gained more than 1.8 million views and counting.
The institute has also created a Maltas Culture website and Facebook page.
Maria says that the loss in Maltas culture is very significant, and that the only way she can help is by supporting her Malta family.
“The loss of Maltaic culture will affect me, my husband and our kids,” she said.
“We are in a difficult situation because we have lost our Maltas family.”
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