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    WHY YOU SHOULD LEARN GERMAN

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    default WHY YOU SHOULD LEARN GERMAN

    مُساهمة من طرف مسلمة وأفتخر في مايو 28th 2013, 14:09

    There are myriad of reasons to learn German. Here you can read about the
    history of the German language, facts about German, different varieties of
    German as well as dialects and about the most effective ways of learning German.
    With more than 120 million German speakers in 8 countries around the world, it is hardly surprising that the actual usage of the German language varies. Like English, German is a pluricentric language with three main areas of usage: Austria, Germany and Switzerland.

    Switzerland is a case of its own, with its local dialects of the vernacular 'Switzertütsch' (Swiss German) remaining mostly unintelligible even to
    Germans and Austrians. The relation between the vernacular 'Switzertütsch'
    and standard German is one of diglossia.
    For this reason, the following abstract does not include German as used in Switzerland.
    With more than 120 million German speakers in 8 countries around the world, it is hardly surprising that the actual usage of the German language varies. Like English, German is a pluricentric language with three main areas of usage: Austria, Germany and Switzerland.

    Switzerland is a case of its own, with its local dialects of the vernacular 'Switzertütsch' (Swiss German) remaining mostly unintelligible even to
    Germans and Austrians. The relation between the vernacular 'Switzertütsch'
    and standard German is one of diglossia.
    For this reason, the following abstract does not include German as used in Switzerland.

    Benrath line and 'Weißwurst' equator
    If judged on linguistic features rather than by national affiliation, there are two major regions of German usage: Middle German and Low German.
    These two forms are separated by an isogloss called the Benrath line
    (marked red on the map below).

    What is standard German?
    Historically and linguistically, standard German is a mixture of Middle German and High German (i.e. most Austrian dialects). It did not develop out of one regional dialect but was artificially created by poets, philosophers and scholars.

    At all our of recommended language schools, you will be taught standard German. Acquiring some local slang and local dialect style vocabulary is fun and adds excitement to your German learning experience. However, your main German learning activities will be centred on standard German.
    WHY YOU SHOULD LEARN GERMAN Karte
    Map of German language usage:
    German in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
    The red line (Benrath-Linie) divides Low German and Middle German. The blue line (Main-Linie) divides Middle German and High German.

    Are you interested in learning German in a German speaking country? Find our more about available courses now!


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