Alsatian is closely related to other nearby Alemannic dialects, such as Swiss German, Swabian, and Markgräflerisch as well as Kaiserstühlerisch.
Though Alsace is a province of France, the language spoken there and passed down from generation to generation is an unwritten Germanic dialect and similar to the ...
Alsatian (Ëlsässisch) Alsatian is a Germanic language spoken mainly in Alsace, a region in north eastern France which has passed between French and German control ...
Alsatian; Elsässerdeutsch, Alsacien: Native to: France: Region: Alsace: Native speakers: more than 96,000 (date missing) Language family
Orthography. Does Alsatian have a standard orthography? Maximus Rex 23:12, 15 Jul 2004 (UTC) No. That's a problem all Alemannic speakers face when they try to write ...
The Alsatian Language. There are actually a quite a few different versions of the Alsatian language and other dialects that have a lot in common with it.
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The Alsatian Language There are actually a few different versions of the Alsatian language and other dialects that have a lot in common with it.
A collection of useful phrases in Alsatian, a Germanic language spoken in Alsace in the northeast of France.
Alsatian Language Examples So What Exactly Does Alsatian Look Like? The first paragraph is an Alsatian language example from the Haut-Rhin. Alsatian is mostly a ...