Languages

Walser, Bosco-Gurin

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Introduction

Area where Bosco-Gurin dialect of Walser is spoken

The Walser language is a group of Highest Alemannic dialects spoken in Walser settlements in parts of Switzerland, Italy, Liechtenstein, and Austria.

The language differs from from Cimbrian, Mocheno, and Bavarian.

The verb

Sample verb: tschella

Indicative Conjunctive
Present Present Past
Sg.1 tschella tschella tschellti
Sg.2 tschellscht tschellascht tschelltischt
Sg.3 tschellt tschella tschellti
Pl.1 tschella tschella tschellti
Pl.2 tschellat tschellat tschelltit
Pl.3 tschellan tschella tschellti

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The Six Irregular Verb Classes

(See: Classification of Germanic strong) verbs.)

ClassInfinitivePresent, Sg.32nd ParticipleConjunctive PreteriteStandard GermanEnglish
Iri:bariptkrebariptireiben
IIʃiassaʃiastkʃossaʃiastischießenshoot
IIIafendafendatkfundafentifindenfind
IIIbvarfaverftkvorfavarfiwerfen
IVʃtalaʃteltkʃto:laʃteltistehlensteal
Vlasalestklasalastilesenread
VIgrɒbagrɒptkrɒbagrɒptigrabenbury
VIIheissaheistkheissaheistiheißen

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