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Austrian Vs Germans understanding    Travels and Customs

Started 19/2/20 by Bernard (Hipocampous); 1288 views.
Petulance

From: Petulance

20/2/20

Austrians learn classic German in schools!  

NewsFrea1

From: NewsFrea1

21/2/20

Germam is even more distorted in Switzerland! !

Learn Dutch first and you would be doing just fine!!!

   grinning 

Eliot (Elohimil)

From: Eliot (Elohimil)

21/2/20

Austrian odd words? grinning

A few Austrian words I know are ''Tschüss baba, Quatsch und Deppert,''  because we use them in Yiddish as well!

Tittah

From: Tittah

26/2/20

That's fun! grinning

Have you ever tried speaking Danish, Swedish or Norwegian!?

#scandanavia #scandanvian #scandanavian

Norwegian VS Swedish VS Danish Language

Scandinavian Languages of Norwegian, Danish and Swedish are quite similar in many ways. Learning 1 of the Scandanavian language would mean also you would know 3 languages since Norwegian, Swedish and Danish languages are quite similar.

FELICOA ZOE    9 Jan 2017
https://youtu.be/ZXs1zKaMf4E

grinning

In reply toRe: msg 6

No I haven't seen this but it's great that an Asian girl knows so much about Scandinavian languages!

In reply toRe: msg 6

Simon Talbot On Translating Jokes From Danish To English
http://forums.delphiforums.com/sandgrain/messages/2286/1

grinning

Ennya

From: Ennya

20/3/20

AUSTRIAN is a more elaborate and an adjectively comfortable language, a bit more than the German Swiss!

    sweat_smile  

In reply toRe: msg 9

I'll take Austrian over Swiss German any time! sweat_smile

English vs. German vs. Swiss German (Zurich) vs. Swiss German (Valais)

joiztv 14 Jul 2014
https://youtu.be/Gz2S9iggdzM
An extremely useful video demonstrating the differences between English, German, Swiss Zurich German and Swiss Valais German. (Englisch, Deutsch, Zürichdeutsch und Walliserdeutsch).

Ennya

From: Ennya

22-May

grinning 

I rather speak  Zürichdeutsch und Walliserdeutsch).

In reply toRe: msg 11
Harold27Z

From: Harold27Z

24-May

Decades ago, I was told Switzerland has a Romansh language used by gypsies.  I have no idea what it might resemble.

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