Twents, also called Twente, is a language found in the Netherlands. It is an Indo-European Language and variant of Dutch Low Saxon. Twents has 334,000 speakers, as of 2009, and it is spoken approximately 62% of the day by the people in the Twente region, located in eastern providence of Overijssel near Germany. The towns in Twente each have their own mutually intelligible variations of this language. Twents uses a Latin script in its orthography. It is historically looked down upon. It is characterized by their distinct pronunciation of the O and E vowels. Twents is also known for its usage of syllabic consonants. It is primarily used in an informal setting, such as family and local interactions.