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Swiss German is any of the Alemannic dialects spoken in the German-speaking part of Switzerland and in some Alpine communities in Northern Italy bordering ...

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Standard German is normally used only for written language and for the national broadcast news. Yet many Swiss also write in Swiss German to each other, ...

Swiss Standard German - Wikipedia

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Swiss Standard German (SSG) is the official written language in German- speaking Switzerland and Liechtenstein. It is used in books, all official publications ( ...

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Oct 20, 2020 ... Swiss German is the term used to describe the languages spoken in the German- speaking areas of Switzerland. In Germany, people speak ...

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Swiss German language, collective name for the great variety of Alemannic ( Upper German) dialects spoken in Switzerland north of the boundary between the ...

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Dec 15, 2020 ... Swiss German is the dialect of the standardized German language that is spoken in some 65% of Switzerland. It is very similar to the German ...

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Swiss German is spoken by about 4.5 million people mainly in Switzerland, and also in Piedmont and Aosta Valley in northern Italy, and in Liechtenstein and in the ...

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Swiss German is the generic term for all the different German dialects spoken in parts of Switzerland (in the German-speaking parts). Each region has its own ...

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May 3, 2021 ... Even though Standard German is one of Switzerland's four official languages, Swiss German itself can not be declared an official language.

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Approximately 62% of Swiss are native German speakers, 58% of whom speak a Swiss dialect. Another 23% speak French, and 8% speak Italian. A minority of the  ...

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