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Swiss-german teaching lessons :)

 
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Swiss-german teaching lessons :)
On a thread someone blamed, that I wrote paradiese instead of paradise,

I do understand, as I do speak and write 5 diff. linguages, sometimes I

mix up some words in the diff. linguages......:) and as I wrote, I do not

expect me to be perfect and I hope that people do understand anyway...



and I was thinking about my linguag "Swiss-German", this is a very strong

dialekt from German.


And we have here in Switzerland 4 different linguages spoken, there is an

aerea where they speak french, in one part they/we speak swiss-german and

we have an italian-speaking part and in the middle there is a small part where

they speak romantsch this is a mix. from the diff. linguages.


In the swiss-german-speaking part we also have many many diff. acsends, some

words are quite different, and sometimes even we do not understand all the

words said in some dialects..........:)



And Swiss-german is really a funny linguages. We pronounce a lot the

ch - as kkkkkkkhhhhhhhhh...........:)




So maybe someone is interested to have some sentences (nice and good ones

please not to silly ones!! :) ) to have it translated in Swiss-german,

maybe.........



and here as an example I do post a swiss-german-song underneath

it is about eternal Love, it is sung by some Swiss........:)



And I say then to all of You "CHUCHICHAESCHTLI" and wish You all


a really GOOD AND WONDERFULL day and weak and year and time...



With much Love



Anna

hfhfhfhfhf
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Re: Swiss-german teaching lessons :)
Eternal Love (there exists also a musical with this song in Switzerland)

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Re: Swiss-german teaching lessons :)
CHUCHUCHAESCHTLI means kitchen-cabbed


and is said KKKHHHUKKKHHHHIKKKKHHHAESCHHHHTLLLIIII



sounds very swiss........:)


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04/29/2011 06:32 AM
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tounge



Grüezi means Hello or also Good Day



you pronounce it GRUEEETSSIII



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04/29/2011 06:41 AM
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hallo wie geht's dir ich studiere deutsch
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04/29/2011 06:48 AM
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Re: Swiss-german teaching lessons :)
Interesting.

I'm part Swiss-German myself, though I didn't know anything about their language, the people or very much about that side of my family (my paternal great-grandmother's family).

Thanks

(Do you say, "Danke"?)
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04/29/2011 06:55 AM
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Alemannisch:

[link to de.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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04/29/2011 06:56 AM
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[link to als.wikipedia.org]
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Jetz isch ziit - Jetzt ist es Zeit - It's time now



For anybody who wants to know how swiss-german (Schwiitzerdütsch) sounds...
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Interesting.

I'm part Swiss-German myself, though I didn't know anything about their language, the people or very much about that side of my family (my paternal great-grandmother's family).

Thanks

(Do you say, "Danke"?)
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German speaking people from Switzerland use the french word "Merci" instead of "Danke" in conversations. The pronunciation of "Merci" is quite funny.
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Interesting.

I'm part Swiss-German myself, though I didn't know anything about their language, the people or very much about that side of my family (my paternal great-grandmother's family).

Thanks

(Do you say, "Danke"?)
 Quoting: misterx


German speaking people from Switzerland use the french word "Merci" instead of "Danke" in conversations. The pronunciation of "Merci" is quite funny.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1246559

How do they pronounce it?
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Interesting.

I'm part Swiss-German myself, though I didn't know anything about their language, the people or very much about that side of my family (my paternal great-grandmother's family).

Thanks

(Do you say, "Danke"?)
 Quoting: misterx


German speaking people from Switzerland use the french word "Merci" instead of "Danke" in conversations. The pronunciation of "Merci" is quite funny.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1246559

How do they pronounce it?
 Quoting: misterx


something like this: Märrci
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Interesting.

I'm part Swiss-German myself, though I didn't know anything about their language, the people or very much about that side of my family (my paternal great-grandmother's family).

Thanks

(Do you say, "Danke"?)
 Quoting: misterx


German speaking people from Switzerland use the french word "Merci" instead of "Danke" in conversations. The pronunciation of "Merci" is quite funny.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1246559

How do they pronounce it?
 Quoting: misterx


something like this: Märrci
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1246559




Danke schön!
“None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.” - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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Anna, can you explain what a Füdlibürger is?
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hallo wie geht's dir ich studiere deutsch
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hallo!!! :) mir geht es gut und Dir???

and in swiss-german mer gohts guet ond Der????


Where are you studying german?

Wo studierst Du deutsch??


and in swiss-german wo schtudirsch Du Dütsch????


hfhfhfhfhftounge
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Interesting.

I'm part Swiss-German myself, though I didn't know anything about their language, the people or very much about that side of my family (my paternal great-grandmother's family).

Thanks

(Do you say, "Danke"?)
 Quoting: misterx



Dear You - Grüetzi :)


Do you know from what part of Switzerland or what town they came from? I
can post a picture here then? Big Grüetzi to You!!!


with much Love!!!



and in Swiss-german


Weisch Du vo wellem Teil vo de Schwiiz or vo wellere Stadt ide Schwiizd dass
Sie chömed? So chan ech es Photi poste do. Es grosses Grüetzi for Dech :)


mit vill Liebi :)

hfhfhfhfhf
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hi, hi, very funny pronounciations :) !!!


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Jetz isch ziit - Jetzt ist es Zeit - It's time now



For anybody who wants to know how swiss-german (Schwiitzerdütsch) sounds...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1246559



toungeGoofy Thum
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Interesting.

I'm part Swiss-German myself, though I didn't know anything about their language, the people or very much about that side of my family (my paternal great-grandmother's family).

Thanks

(Do you say, "Danke"?)
 Quoting: misterx


German speaking people from Switzerland use the french word "Merci" instead of "Danke" in conversations. The pronunciation of "Merci" is quite funny.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1246559

How do they pronounce it?
 Quoting: misterx


something like this: Märrci
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1246559




Märrci vellmol das Du das so guet erklärt hesch, ech gsehne scho Du besch
and Schwiiz-Kenner ;) . Met liebe Grüess för Dech!!!


Thank you very much for your good explenattion, I can see that you a know
the Swiss/Switzerland , with lovely greatings for Your!!!!


tounge
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Anna, can you explain what a Füdlibürger is?
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iiiihhhh, this I leave bether to You, can You explain???? :)

tounge
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05/01/2011 11:17 AM
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bauchnäbel?

i know this one, just think it is a great word.

i also do not remember the sneeze rhyme, maybe you do?

something about going out back three times or something after you sneeze, a children's game?
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and that you can do some exercices with the tongue to be able to better pronounciate the swiss-german I give here the link from a very good
swiss-jodel :)


[link to www.youtube.com]



she has won many prizes lately with the jodel.......:)


(and as I already mentionned in a place.....:) I do look almost the same as
she does, or she looks almost like me.............joloholodiduhohujohuloduihiu ...
and no, I am not wearing those robes, and yes I am a modern one, and no
a cannot do the jodel.........maybe I shoudl take some lessons once........:)


tounge


hfhfhfhfhf
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bauchnäbel?

i know this one, just think it is a great word.

i also do not remember the sneeze rhyme, maybe you do?

something about going out back three times or something after you sneeze, a children's game?
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Buuchnabbl!
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bauchnäbel?

i know this one, just think it is a great word.

i also do not remember the sneeze rhyme, maybe you do?

something about going out back three times or something after you sneeze, a children's game?
 Quoting: arbrefeu 1364851



that's nice, this is belly-button, some say bauchnäbel, or buchnabel or
buchnäbel..........:)


unfortunately I don't know the sneeze-rhyme........would have to look it up..

hfhfhfhf


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bauchnäbel?

i know this one, just think it is a great word.

i also do not remember the sneeze rhyme, maybe you do?

something about going out back three times or something after you sneeze, a children's game?
 Quoting: arbrefeu 1364851


Buuchnabbl!
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Hei thats best, You are an expert!!! Are you swiss too???


tounge
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How about this one - "Why can't I ever find a table outide in the Little Village"?

chuckle
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bauchnäbel?

i know this one, just think it is a great word.

i also do not remember the sneeze rhyme, maybe you do?

something about going out back three times or something after you sneeze, a children's game?
 Quoting: arbrefeu 1364851


Buuchnabbl!
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Hei thats best, You are an expert!!! Are you swiss too???


tounge
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Hotzewälder

[link to als.wikipedia.org]
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and some Swiss-mountains es paar Schwiizer-Berge



[link to www.google.ch]


hfhfhfhfhf
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bauchnäbel?

i know this one, just think it is a great word.

i also do not remember the sneeze rhyme, maybe you do?

something about going out back three times or something after you sneeze, a children's game?
 Quoting: arbrefeu 1364851


Buuchnabbl!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1364714



Hei thats best, You are an expert!!! Are you swiss too???


tounge
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Hotzewälder

[link to als.wikipedia.org]
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I do know where this is - I go to do some shopping there..........Waldshut???
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Guten Tag, Anna.

Gibt es viele aehnlichkeiten zwischen Schweizer
und Oesterrichischer Deutsch?

Wiener Deutsch ist auch lustig anzuhoeren.

Ich bin noch nie in der Schweiz gewesen. Es waere schoen sie mal zu sehen. Die Scweiz ist der Geburtsort von dem grossen Psychologer Carl Jung. Kennst Du etwas von seiner Schule der Psychologie?

Servus,
Scott
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Buuchnabbl!
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Hei thats best, You are an expert!!! Are you swiss too???


tounge
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Hotzewälder

[link to als.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1364714




I do know where this is - I go to do some shopping there..........Waldshut???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1254491


are u that lady from that Chocolate thread??

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