German and its dialects

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German and its dialects

Postby Jacob_Kap » 2014-10-17, 19:41

Hey everyone,

For all German language learners or those who are interested in its dialects, you can take a look at this new blog:

http://getgermanized101.blogspot.co.il/

I hope you like it! :)
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Re: German and its dialects

Postby linguoboy » 2014-10-17, 19:51

I salute the enthusiasm, but the descriptions are more than a little slapdash. A real service to those interested in German dialects would be translating articles from the German language Wikipedia into English.
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Re: German and its dialects

Postby vijayjohn » 2014-10-21, 5:29

No offense, but shouldn't this thread be moved to the German forum? :hmm:


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