Bavarian is a continuum of Upper German varieties spoken by about 13 million people in Upper Bavaria, Lower Bavaria, and the Upper Palatinate in Germany, in most of Austria, and in South Tyrol in northern Italy. Bavarian is also spoken in the village of Samnaun in Graubünden in Switzerland, and in Sopron in Hungary.
Bavarian is mainly used as a spoken language and is rarely used in writing. Instead Standard German, which is known as Schriffdeutsch (written German), is used. There is no standard way of writing Bavarian and it is not taught in schools. There are, however, some written materials in the language, such as grammars, poetry and a translation of the Bible. Bavarian is also used in pop songs.
There are three main dialects of Bavarian:
Details of Bavarian pronunciation supplied by Michael Peter Füstumum
I bin in den Stadl gegangn, und do warn Taubn drinna, und do is om vo da Mühle aa is om Gedreide aufgschütt gwesd
ɪç bɪn ɪn ʒdoːᵈl ɡɔŋə, ᶷn do βoən daːm drɪnə, ᶷn dao ɪz uəm və də mlʲ aː ɪz uəm troi̯t aːvɡʒit kβeːzd...
Ich bin in den Stadel gegangen, und da waren Tauben drinnen, und da ist oben von der Mühle auch ist oben Getreide aufgeschüttet gewesen...
I went into the barn, and there were pigeons in it, and then, upstairs, there was grain heaped up as well, from the mill...
Shipping time world-
wide is typically 6 days.
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