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									Introduced the German dialect dialects

 description of Germany German
 dialect is a German in Germany and around the country use some of the dialect
referred to. German dialects are generally divided into Low German and High
German two. (Some linguists believe that the Low German as a German should not be
part of.)

  modern German dialects is divided into Central German and the German two parts,
the standard German to German-based Central. Austria and Switzerland are the
German dialects. German language area in the southern dialects have more and more
like the Austrian dialect Swabian dialect, Bavarian dialect, Hesse dialects, dialect of
Cologne, Berlin and dialects. In general the more southern dialect pronunciation to the
more hard-line, multi-dashes, and more a tone.

 High German High German (Hochdeutsch) is a West Germanic language mainly
common in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Luxembourg, also used
in some neighboring areas, is the modern German subject. Hill refers to the Alps and
the nearby mountains of southern Germany, in Switzerland and Luxembourg, the
"High German" refers specifically to the standard German.

  Low German Low German (usually divided into three systems: 1. East Low German,
including Berlin, Mellen used in areas such as Fort East, West Prussia are the East
Low German A German. 2 Low Saxon language, such as North America groups in
Pennsylvania German Mennonite Low German used MennonitePlautdietsch, Bremen,
Dusseldorf and other use of the North Rhine - Westphalia, Lower Saxony, Schleswig -
Holstein Stein states most cities, and many provinces in southeastern part of the
Netherlands. 3. lowland Frank language, including standard Dutch, Flemish language
in Belgium (with Dutch not between the difference between dialect and standard
language, but the equivalent of Taiwan's "national language" and the distinction
between the mainland Mandarin, such as Taiwan, the "software" as "software"
"information" as "information" "ideal," said for the "idea" (the term has been widely
used in mainland China), etc., that is Vladimir, the Netherlands although the wording
is different but the pronunciation of the word corresponding to the same), the
Netherlands, Xilin Fort language, etc.), so in essence is also a Dutch kinds of Low
German, but for political reasons as Dutch independence. General linguists believe
that Low German is a language independent rather than a number of German dialects.
Low German in the past by the standards of a century, the impact of a great German.
Today, northern Germany, Low German is still widely used. Low German Germanic
language family in preserving some of the more primitive elements, and along with
Dutch and Old English in common than with closer between the various types of High
German. Various Low German pronunciation usually soft, e: voice and sound more

 Swiss German general linguists believe that Swiss German is a German dialect, it
Swabian dialect closer. But the Swiss German pronunciation and significant
differences between standard German pronunciation, so that ordinary Germans could
not understand. Swiss German is German body of law is fully consistent with the
standards, although some people in Switzerland, the Swiss German pronunciation
used to write, but writing systems are not officially recognized.

  bureaucratic bureaucratic German German German authorities, courts and so the
language used. Theoretically, it is the most standard of standard German. But because
the statement is often very cumbersome bureaucratic German (Deputy Vice-sentence
set of sentences, etc.), mixed with many authorities, the court cited with the
abbreviation and the law, Bulletin of the regulations, together with a number of
special words in Mandarin (eg, fire in the German bureaucracy Most people do not
use the word Brand, but with the pickled long Feuerereignis, fire accidents), relatively
low number of German education, or a professional person not familiar with the
bureaucracy often did not understand German, or official letter written communique .
German bureaucracy is often used ironically, the huge German rigid bureaucracy. /

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