German Dialectology was: Re: Tsuhon: tentative phonology
|From:||Frank George Valoczy <valoczy@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, April 25, 2001, 18:12|
A question I guess mainly directed to Henrik:
Is there anywhere where I can get a mapping of soundchanges
(? differences?) from Standard High German to Austrian? I would need this
for Dalmatian. As it is, I'm going by the way I say the words, but
sometimes my pronunciation is more Seggsisch than Eestraaksch, and it
would seem a bit odd to have a loanword in Dalmatian sounding like it came
from Sebnitz instead of Graz...
On a broader scale I think it would be interesting to look at a
comparative chart of the differences between the German dialects.
BTW I found a website about the writing system of Bayrisch a while a go (I
cant remember the url now...) and am curious as to whether any of the
dialects have besides Bayrisch has as standardised an orthography as
that; I've seen Saechsisch written dialectally too, but didn't look very
standardised...at any rate does anyone write in their dialect like they
did in Luxembourg before the introduction of the standardised
Ferenc Gy. Valoczy
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