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This Articel is not about Ocher Platt / Aachener Dialect
The whole article mostly describes some mannerisms and idiosyncrasy of the German Language used in Aachen today.
Anyhow this is not to be confused with "Ocher Platt" (Aachener Dialect) which is almost an own language from the Ripuarien dialect group. The whole article is more or less a translation of the corrosponding article of the german wikipedia, which makes the same error.
Original Ocher Platt is not only German using some strange grammer and some strange pronunciation as this article indicates. It actually uses totaly different words. Real Aachener dialect is rarely spoken these days and for most german-speaking people not understandable.
UltraBlonz 20:49, 8 August 2007 (UTC) (born in Aachen)
UltraBlonz is absolutely correct, this article is bullshit just like the german article "Öcher Platt". Instead of this look at the article "Kölsch (Sprache)", what gives an exemplary instruction about another ripurian dialect.(sorry for my english)--Zibaldone (talk) 20:15, 6 December 2015 (UTC) (born in Aachen)