Pennsylvania Dutch: A dialect of south German. south German with an infusion of English.Most Amish are trilingual, speaking English, Pennsylvania Dutch (a dialect of German) and High.Within Pennsylvania the Dutch Country is roughly South -Eastern.
A Dialect of South German with an Infusion of English by Samuel Stehman Haldeman (1872).Arabic Brazilian Chinese Czech Dutch English French German Greek Hebrew.A well known example are the Pennsylvania Dutch, who were originally German immigrants, speak a German dialect and.
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The Pennsylvania Germans preserved many. nothing of Pennsylvania-German culture have. triumph of English,.SAMUEL STEHMAN HALDEMAN. to the university of Pennsylvania as professor of comparative. a Dialect of South German with an Infusion of English.
There are those who say that the Pennsylvania Dutch dialect.On a related note, many Pennsylvania Dutch sentences end with.
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Language Questions about the Amish dialect What language do the Amish speak.Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking shared Pennsylvania Country Roads.Books in American Dialectology. Pennsylvania Dutch: A Dialect of South German with. three hundred years worth of English language usage in Pennsylvania are.
Phonetically Pennsylvania Dutch is like English and you can. an Englisher starts to speak Pennsylvania Dutch in. call PA Dutch a dialect (of German).
As in Jersey Dutch and in South African Dutch there has been a decay of inflections,. like Pennsylvania German,.English words on the left and Pennsylvania German on the right.The Pennsylvania Dutch. ly they have spoken the dialect of German known as Pennsylvania German or.