Swiss German


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svizzero tedesco

Swiss German

adjsvizzero/a tedesco/a
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Original language is Swiss German with subtitles in English.
There is the Swiss German region, the French region, the Italian region, and the Grisons region.
Though Swiss German is his main case study, he also includes examples in English, Irish, and other languages.
The first one is the QWERTZ Swiss French layout, and the second one is the QWERTZ extended layout for Swiss German and Swiss Italian.
And tomorrow sees A Festive Apothecarium Craft Fair at the theatre, offering everything from gothic jewellery to vintage originals and music from Swiss German band Frumptarn Guggenband.
The main body provides side-by-side translation of useful phrases, arranged by subject, preceded by a vital introduction to Swiss phonetcs; there's also an introduction to Swiss German and its differences from high German, plus chapters on Swiss idiom and ..slanguage".
In fact, Zurich, since 2005 (1), is the only German speaking canton in Switzerland where sign language, in particular the Swiss German Sign Language (Schweizerdeutsche Gebardensprache, DSGS) (2), is officially recognised, with a statement of inclusion of sign language in the constitution (Kanton Zurich, 2005, Art.12).
Sutton, himself a native of Helvetia, uses oral histories, historical photographs, and document research to relate the vibrant history of this small Swiss German settlement nestled in a valley high among the Appalachian mountains.
The policemen who stopped him began to address him in Swiss German.
They delivered a mildly wacky selection of songs in English and Swiss German which ranged from a Jefferson Airplane-style opener to a paean to sausages and a musing on finding solitude in a shared house.
The world No.1 speaks Swiss German with his family, but he can also happily conduct press conferences in both English and French.

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