Talk:Colonia Tovar dialect

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correct form[edit]

The correct form is Alemán Coloniero--Rocastelo 10:53, 16 October 2005 (UTC)

Black Forest OR Bavaria???[edit]

Black Forest is located in Baden-Württemberg....not Bavaria.

Not intelligible with Standard German as other alemannic dialects?[edit]

Questionable, I don't know Alemán Coloniero, but I know other alemannic dialects as Swiss German, which I can understand, as a Standard-German-Speaker, pretty well.

That's exceptional. I'm a speaker of High Alemannic in Southern Baden and even people who have lived in the region for many years often don't understand a word of what I'm saying. However, I have also spoken Alemannic with speakers of Austrian Standard German and they understood me perfectly. As a general rule however, Alemannic and Standard German aren't mutually intelligible. --Chlämens 01:42, 17 April 2006 (UTC)