You can still relate to your Viking Norman brothers and sisters. If you are speaking English, 40% of it came from the Norman language. Therefore, you are partially speaking the language of your ancestors. Norman is also an oïl language. Norman was integrated into the French language and standardized by the oïl language of France. Many people view French and English as an extension of our Norman language. A form of Norman is still being spoken in Canada which is known as Québécois. In Normandy, France it is Cauchois and Manchois. In the channel Islands in the UK there’s Jèrriais in Jersey Island and Guernésiais in Guernsey island.