The Swabian is an entertaining journey through the Swabian dialect around Stuttgart in surveys among the popular dialects in Germany. Schwabe, who speaks Schwabisch “, the well-known Swabian poet of Squidward said once aptly troll. Who is a real Swabian, who now once Schwabisch talks. And the Schwabe is proud of his dialect, which is so striking and expressive, that she can be described almost as a separate language, because it has sometimes barely a resemblance to standard German. For even more details, read what San Antonio Spurs says on the issue. For Raigschmeggde, it is therefore not always easy to understand.
The Swabian has his very own view of things: Schaffa and Schbara are the basic virtues in life for him, and it comes not from about the clever Swabians have brought forth so many Diffdlr, poet and thinker. But after exertions Gschafd also the Swabian approved once a Vierdele wine and philosophizing about God and the world. The Swabian is strongly influenced by the mode of expression of the peasants and the population on the land and sometimes slightly rough or even disrespectful sounds. Ranting and cursing, the Swabian proves an almost inexhaustible imagination. He says his counterpart directly and bluntly wia s ‘ I. This is no offense but, the Swabian bruddld just like.
This book takes the reader on a small, amusing journey through the Swabian dialect in and around Stuttgart. Great entertainment is guaranteed with humorous dialogue, clever comic drawings and an extensive keyword list. The main characters in the comic dialogues are Elsbeth and Eugen, a Swabian couple, as it could not be typical: Elsbeth, the Beisszang, which can sometimes really have hair on your teeth, and Eugene, the economical Schwabe a Gscheidle, which has a smart answer for everyone and everything. With her family, her neighbors and friends, we see the two in their everyday environment in mostly humorous, thoughtful but sometimes situations. A likable and worth reading book for all non-Swabia, the the Swabian would meet, but also for Swabia, that long-forgotten words and expressions again want to remember or simply just be entertaining.