Here’s a recording in a mystery language. Do you know or can you guess which language it is?
For sure for sure for sure.
It sounds very French and it also sounds more like a European than, say, an African voice, so I’m guessing Corsican.
All I can tell it is a germanic language, sounds like German, may ba a dialect of it, probably from Switzerland.
Definitely a Germanic language. I will join Prietpraatprinses in guessing Luxembourg.
Definitely a German dialect with French influence, probably from Western Germany, Luxembourg, or France. I’m going to guess Elsässerdeutsch.
Something close to Dutch maybe? There was a Luxembourgish recording on a quiz last year, and it sounded different.
Sure has nothing to do with either Dutch or Afrikaans.
The start sounds very French to me, the middle very germanic, the end is a mystery to me. I haven’t got a clue therefore, though I guess Luxembourgish will either be it or very close.
Without looking, it sounds like German with a French accent. I’ll guess Alsatian or maybe Luxembourgish.
I don’t think that it’s Luxembourgish as it’s not German enough to my ears. It is definitely a mix of French and German so Alsatian sounds like a very strong possibility. Another guess would be one of the German dialects spoken in eastern Belgium (around Eupen). They must have a strong French influence.
It’s definitely a German dialect with a strong French influence, so I’m gonna go with Luxembourgish too.
I’d go with Luxembourgish here.
The answer is Luxembourgish (Lëtzebuergesch), and the recording comes from RTL.
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