Montieri is a municipality in the region Colline Metallifere in the province of Grosseto, at the border with the territories of Siena and Pisa, whose rate of foreign citizens is one of the highest in Tuscany (30% of the population in 2015, whereas the average is approximately 10,5% [ISTAT http://www.tuttitalia.it/toscana/statistiche/cittadini-stranieri-2015/]). According to the ISTAT data referring to the beginning of 2015 [ISTAT http://www.tuttitalia.it/toscana/98-montieri/statistiche/cittadini-stranieri-2015/], 353 of the total 1216 inhabitants are not Italian; 47% of them come from the Republic of Macedonia, while the other most represented nationalities are, respectively, the Germans, the Albanians and the Romanians. This interesting multilingual constellation is characterized by the small dimensions of the area, its rural aspect and its marginal position in the region. Other factors that contribute to Montieris particular situation can be identified in the prevalence of a specific group of people who belong to a linguistic minority (in this case, Albanian-speaking Macedonians) and the variety of migration projects which brought the different individuals to Montieri. The inhabitants of Macedonian origins, for example, work prevalently in forestry, whereas the Germans have chosen to reside in the Tuscan countryside for cultural and aesthetic reasons. The goal of this thesis is to analyse the language uses and attitudes of a group of Montieris foreign informants through a sociolinguistic survey which is divided into two main parts: a qualitative phase, used to collect data through the distribution of a questionnaire, and a qualitative phase, in which the informants were interviewed about their language biographies.