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Languages: Alemán Coloniero

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Alemán Coloniero is a lower Alemannic dialect of German, spoken in Colonia Tovar, Venezuela.

The Alemán Coloniero language developed from Alemannic of 1843 under the influence of many other dialects of south Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. It is not intelligible with Standard German.

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The verb

Sample Sentence

"Jede Dag in d'r Früh fange mer an un geh'n rüs uf's Feld. Mir läbe vun d'r Landwirtschaft"


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