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There are countless different „Dialekte“ dialects in Germany. Even more if you count the local dialects in other German speaking countries like “Schweiz” (Switzerland), “Österreich” (Austria), Lichtenstein or Luxembourg.

This section was designed to give you an overview about the most common dialects in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. It's also meant to reduce the frustration and confusion of people who have learned standard German, when they realize that not all Germans actually speak like they should!

„Viel spaß!“ (Enjoy!)


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