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German language

German is closely related to other European languages especially English and Dutch. This language has wide reach as it's taught worldwide through school, colleges and language institutions called Go ethic Institution. German is spoken language of German Europe although it has minority status there. The wide usage of German language globally gives it ranking of tenth most spoken language in usage and popularity.

German language belongs to family of Indo European languages, along with Germanic, West Germanic high Germanic and East Germanic German is West German language. Writing methodology is with Latin alphabets through German variant. German is official language in European Union, Austria, Belgium, Italy, Luxemburg, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Germany. ISO Code for this language is GER b

Dialects of German

Pennsylvania German is very much akin to Palatinate German dialects, Hueterite German caranthia, texas German is Adelsverin dialectical German, in Amana colonies Amana German in Idaho, Pennsylvania and Indiana Amish people speak German in dialect called Pennsylvania Dutch.

Hutt rite German is upper German dialect of Austro Bavarian community in Canada and USA.This dialect is widely spoken in states of Washington, North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota. And also in Canadian provinces of Alberta, Manitoba. Hutt rite German children are first exposed to this language and start speaking it as compared to the regional languages or English such is stronghold of German language on huterrite community in USA.

In Australia a new dialect is spoken which mix of German and influence of other Australian English languages is called Barossa German. This is common language spoken in Barossa valley Adelaide although now its almost on verge of decline as its popularity waned after Fist World War.

The popularity of this language has gained so much momentum that it is believed almost 7 percentages of internet users community world wide consist of German speaking people and almost 7% pages on net are dedicated to this language which is a huge chunk on WWW world wide web. English and Japanese are the only language which gives German a tough completion in terms of internet usage.

Origin of the German Language

During the migration period the original Old High German was separated from other Saxon dialect and this period was referred to as "High German Consonant shift". In the period of 6th to 9th century Old Saxon belonged to North Germanic cultural sphere and New and low Saxon under Germany especially during the period of Holy Roman Empire. Writers of that time tried their best to unify the region through writing in common tone and script as Germany was already divided into many smaller states and only language uniformity could bring in a common motive to help people understand.

Till 100 years standard germ any had only a written form, but people spoke the language in their own regional dialect thus pronunciations varied extremely from place to place and region to region.Hasbursg Empire gave German language an official title and it was common business and everyday's usage language. Hapsburgs empire was largely spread across Europe and German was commercial and business language of the region so rich merchants in major towns Prague, Budapest and Bratislava were some of the prominent towns where this language flourished.

1901 saw complete standardization of German language this occurred during the second orthographical conference. Media and all written works were to be produced in standard germ any. Brother Grimm's came out with first dictionary and to this day it remains as most important tools for German language learner. In 1860 a Duden Handbook book was published which can be considered as a grammar book for German language. This book had all the rules and important structure relating to German language.

An important development in origin of German as language can be seen in German spelling reform of 1996.This was major reform in the language and led to heated public debates and disapprovals. Some of the German states did not accept it and issue went till High courts where the ruling was given in favor of reform Committee and the states of Bun slander, north line, Bavaria and Westphalia had to accept it.

German language originated as a written language unlike other European languages which were from regional dialects. Standard Germany differs from other German dialects in pronunciation ,grammar and vocabulary.

German is third most language in popularity as a foreign language option. It ranks closely to French and Spanish.

Vowels

A

Ä

E

I

O

Ö

U

Ü

short

/a/

/ɛ/

/ɛ/, /ə/

/ɪ/

/ɔ/

/œ/

/ʊ/

/ʏ/

long

/aː/

/ɛː/

/eː/

/iː/

/oː/

/øː/

/uː/

/yː/

 

 

Consonants

 

 

Bilabial

Labiodentals

Alveolar

Post alveolar

Palatal

Velar

Uvular

Glottal

Plosive

p b

 

t d

 

 

k ɡ

 

 

Affricate

 

p͡f

t͡s

t͡ʃ d͡ʒ

 

 

 

 

Fricative

 

f v

s z

ʃ ʒ

 

x

 

h

Nasal

m

 

n

 

 

ŋ

 

 

Approximant

 

 

l

 

j

 

 

 

Rhotic

 

 

r

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Common German Phrases


Guten Morgen - Good morning
Guten Tag – Hello/Good day
Guten Abend - Good Evening
Wie heißen Sie? - What is your name?
Grüß Gott – Greetings
Entschuldigen Sie bitte - Excuse me, please
Gern gescheh'n!/ Keine Ursache!/ Kein Problem - You're Welcome- answering "thank you"
Haben Sie viel zu tun? - Are you busy?
Wie geht's? - How are you?
Darf ich mich vorstellen? - May I introduce myself?
Wissen Sie hier Bescheid? - Do you know your way around here?
Ja – Yes
Nein – No
Danke- Thanks
Bitte - You're welcome
Ich heisse - My name is
Es geht mir gut, danke - I'm fine thanks
Ich weiß - I know
Sprechen Sie Englisch - Do you speak English?
Ist das Ihnen recht? - Is it all right with you?
Wie geht es Ihnen? - How are you? (Formal)
Das laß ich mir gefallen! - I'm glad about that
Du hast/ Sie haben mir so gefehlt! - I missed you so much!
Bis später! - See You Later!
Viel Glück - Good Luck
Danke schön – Thank you very much
Ich bin froh, Sie kennenzulernen - Pleased to meet you
Wunderbar! – Wonderful/Super
Fühlen Sie sich wie zu Hause - Feel at home
Freilich - To be sure! Indeed!
(Herzlichen) Glückwunsch – Congratulations
Gesundheit! - Bless you – used when one is sneezing
Jetzt geht mir ein Licht auf - Now I get it
Herzlich willkommen - Welcome
Gott sei Dank! - Thank God!
Das macht Spaß - That's fun!
Ich spreche nur gebrochen deutsch - I only speak some sentences in German
Fühlen Sie sich wie zu Hause - Feel at home
Das läßt sich hören!- That's good to hear!
Ich möchte essen – I want to eat
Ich möchte Wasser – I want water
Verstehen Sie? – Do you understand?
Wiederholen Sie- Speak slowly
Viel Vergnügen! - Have fun!
Bitte nehmen Sie Platz! - Please take a seat
Ich habe mich verlaufen – I am lost
Ich werde Ihnen Geld geben – You will be rewarded
Mein Herr – Sir
Machen Sie es sich bequem - Make yourself comfortable
Alles Gute - Good luck
Was ist denn los? - What's the matter?
Gute Nacht! - Good night!
Wiederholen Sie – Say it again