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Limburgish

Limburgish is used in parts of the Netherlands, Belgium, and a small part of Germany.

Dialects shown below:  "Standard", Bilzen, Krefeld, Venlo, and Vliermaal.
 

top "Standard" Limburgish

1) Woe is mien kamer?

2) Woe is 't sjtrand?

3) Woe is de bar?

4) Raak mich dao neet aan!



top Bilzen dialect of Limburgish

The Bilzen dialect is used in and around the town of Bilzen in the Limburg province of Belgium.

1) Bau ès m'n kamer?

2) Bau ès het sjtrand?

3) Bau ès de bar?

4) Raak mich doë noj aon!



top Krefeld dialect of Limburgish

The Krefeld dialect is used in and around the town of Krefeld, Germany.

1) Wooe is minne Kaamer?

2) Wooe is dä Strank?

3) Wooe is die Wieertschaff?

4) Rak mech net dooe!

Dialect information at Wikipedia (in German)

Alternate names for the Krefeld dialect include Krieewelsch, Krievelsch, Kriievelsch, and Kriewelsch


top Venlo dialect of Limburgish

The Venlo dialect is used in the city of Venlo in the Province of Limburg in the Netherlands.

1) Wao is mien kamer?

2) Wao is 't strand?

3) Wao is de bar?

4) Raok mich dao neet aan!




top Vliermaal dialect of Limburgish

The Vliermaal dialect is used in the Vliermaal area of the Province of Limburg in the Netherlands.

1) Bow és men kamer?

2) Bow és het sjtrand?

3) Bow és de bar?

4) Raak mich doeë néj on!



Language information at Wikipedia and Ethnologue

Alternate names for Limburgish include Limburgisch, Limburgs Plat, Limburgian, Limburgic, Limburgs, Limburgisch, and Limbourgeois


The four essential
travel phrases in English:

1) Where is my room?
2) Where is the beach?
3) Where is the bar?
4) Don't touch me there!
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