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#43 - alright fair enough, cant wait to see more on mercys back stor…  [+] (1 reply) 06/02/2016 on Soureluarc Gasoopt Cuse 0
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#48 - tharod (06/02/2016) [-]
Actually Swiss-German is way closer to Dutch than to german. Thats why many swiss people have this silly accent when speaking proper german. On the other hand most germans are completely unable to ever learn proper Swiss-German because they can't pronounce the words right.
#41 - is that common ? for a Swiss person not to speak with a Swiss accent ?  [+] (3 replies) 06/02/2016 on Soureluarc Gasoopt Cuse 0
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#42 - fedus (06/02/2016) [-]
it's rather uncommon to have little to no accent, which is what i forgot to say. Swiss people usually can talk german quite well but still have that swiss accent, it's rather rare where people have little to no accent. They must've grown up in a german school or got it taught well or similiar, i don't really know, but i know it's not common
#43 - axelkizoku (06/02/2016) [-]
alright fair enough, cant wait to see more on mercys back story, maybe it'll shed some light on her accent
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#48 - tharod (06/02/2016) [-]
Actually Swiss-German is way closer to Dutch than to german. Thats why many swiss people have this silly accent when speaking proper german. On the other hand most germans are completely unable to ever learn proper Swiss-German because they can't pronounce the words right.
#36 - oh ok cool  [+] (5 replies) 06/02/2016 on Soureluarc Gasoopt Cuse 0
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#40 - fedus (06/02/2016) [-]
To be exact, swiss people mostly talk german, but have a language that is called swiss-german translated, it's really close to german but is still an own language. In-game she doesn't really have a swiss accent as well, i live really near to the border of swiss in germany.
#41 - axelkizoku (06/02/2016) [-]
is that common ? for a Swiss person not to speak with a Swiss accent ?
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#42 - fedus (06/02/2016) [-]
it's rather uncommon to have little to no accent, which is what i forgot to say. Swiss people usually can talk german quite well but still have that swiss accent, it's rather rare where people have little to no accent. They must've grown up in a german school or got it taught well or similiar, i don't really know, but i know it's not common
#43 - axelkizoku (06/02/2016) [-]
alright fair enough, cant wait to see more on mercys back story, maybe it'll shed some light on her accent
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#48 - tharod (06/02/2016) [-]
Actually Swiss-German is way closer to Dutch than to german. Thats why many swiss people have this silly accent when speaking proper german. On the other hand most germans are completely unable to ever learn proper Swiss-German because they can't pronounce the words right.
#34 - yes, sorry, swiss..... my question still remains though  [+] (7 replies) 06/02/2016 on Soureluarc Gasoopt Cuse +1
#35 - retsomed (06/02/2016) [-]
German is one of the languages which are spoken in swizerland
#36 - axelkizoku (06/02/2016) [-]
oh ok cool
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#40 - fedus (06/02/2016) [-]
To be exact, swiss people mostly talk german, but have a language that is called swiss-german translated, it's really close to german but is still an own language. In-game she doesn't really have a swiss accent as well, i live really near to the border of swiss in germany.
#41 - axelkizoku (06/02/2016) [-]
is that common ? for a Swiss person not to speak with a Swiss accent ?
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#42 - fedus (06/02/2016) [-]
it's rather uncommon to have little to no accent, which is what i forgot to say. Swiss people usually can talk german quite well but still have that swiss accent, it's rather rare where people have little to no accent. They must've grown up in a german school or got it taught well or similiar, i don't really know, but i know it's not common
#43 - axelkizoku (06/02/2016) [-]
alright fair enough, cant wait to see more on mercys back story, maybe it'll shed some light on her accent
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#48 - tharod (06/02/2016) [-]
Actually Swiss-German is way closer to Dutch than to german. Thats why many swiss people have this silly accent when speaking proper german. On the other hand most germans are completely unable to ever learn proper Swiss-German because they can't pronounce the words right.
#32 - why is she speaking what looks like german when she's swedish ?  [+] (9 replies) 06/02/2016 on Soureluarc Gasoopt Cuse -4
#33 - retsomed (06/02/2016) [-]
Swiss...
#34 - axelkizoku (06/02/2016) [-]
yes, sorry, swiss.....
my question still remains though
#35 - retsomed (06/02/2016) [-]
German is one of the languages which are spoken in swizerland
#36 - axelkizoku (06/02/2016) [-]
oh ok cool
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#40 - fedus (06/02/2016) [-]
To be exact, swiss people mostly talk german, but have a language that is called swiss-german translated, it's really close to german but is still an own language. In-game she doesn't really have a swiss accent as well, i live really near to the border of swiss in germany.
#41 - axelkizoku (06/02/2016) [-]
is that common ? for a Swiss person not to speak with a Swiss accent ?
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#42 - fedus (06/02/2016) [-]
it's rather uncommon to have little to no accent, which is what i forgot to say. Swiss people usually can talk german quite well but still have that swiss accent, it's rather rare where people have little to no accent. They must've grown up in a german school or got it taught well or similiar, i don't really know, but i know it's not common
#43 - axelkizoku (06/02/2016) [-]
alright fair enough, cant wait to see more on mercys back story, maybe it'll shed some light on her accent
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#48 - tharod (06/02/2016) [-]
Actually Swiss-German is way closer to Dutch than to german. Thats why many swiss people have this silly accent when speaking proper german. On the other hand most germans are completely unable to ever learn proper Swiss-German because they can't pronounce the words right.
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