How To Speak The Bavarian German Dialect | A Get Germanized Guide To The Dialects Of Germany


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How To Speak The Bavarian German Dialect | A Get Germanized Guide To The Dialects Of Germany



Here’s how to speak the Bavarian German dialect! Or at least my Northern German attempt at speaking the Bavarian dialect that exists in Germany! I chose some fun Bavarian dialect examples for us all to learn with! Some of these phrases are pretty similar to standard German while others are completely different! Enjoy and Get Germanized!

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  1. I attended a Waldorf School in NY, and German was the only language elective. My German teacher was from Bavaria, but she taught us students standard Deutsch. It’s very different apparently!

  2. Es gibt zwei wichtige Merkmale, um fließend Bayrisch zu sprechen, "Ludwig" als "Ludwik" oder "König" als "Könik" auszusprechen und das rollende R.

    LG und Alles Gute mit viel Vergnügen
    Carlos M.S.

  3. Old wooden ones… ha, ha.. in US we call those out house, back house, privy, comfort stations…I'm sure there are more, these come to mind at the moment. This is a great video. You look great, have you vomited today? oh boy where to start, Did you toss your cookies?…Ahhhh. Prost 😀 Wait, what, Netflix??? John W.

  4. I always thought that Bavarian German sounded like a Russian that just learned German :p I don't speak a lick of German, but my time in Wurzberg, that what I thought

  5. I’m American and to me its like proper Queens English and Australian English and even in the US you have your Deep South accent there’s Bostonians New Yorkers and other accents around the country

  6. i just told a friend that north germans have a hard time with the bavarian dialect… then i find this video. was pretty funny and nope, it was not offending at all. so funny how hard you try to sound/speak like a bavarian. although, some sentences were not fully right tbh. writing in bavarian dialect is also a whole different story. subbed now and looking for ward to more like this. maybe next time with less beer or drinking related terms. 😉

  7. The two times that I've visited Germany was only in southern Germany.  The furthest north was Frankfurt.  When my brother and I were in the Munich main train station after a night at Oktoberfest, hundreds of people walking and talking around us, the Bavarian dialect definitely stood out.  It was very….different.Awesome video though.  I'm going to have to watch it again because your Bavarian accent was cracking me up.  I'm not making fun of you!  I promise.  It was just funny.

  8. Du dregshami, jetz hosd as owa beinand ha! Dengst do kummst oafach so mid durch ha? Nah, des find i fei goaned gamsig i sogs da. Wennst a moi nach Bayern kummst, dann sauf i di so dermoßn untam disch! Und donoch dea ma uns de fotzn am scheißhaus ausschbeibm, des wead a gaudi!

  9. You're doing good, although sounding a little Fränkisch at times 😉
    Two comments: 7:45 the word "Stegga" – little weird spelling – doesn't correspond to "Stecker", but to Stock ("Stecken"). So dancing like Lumpen am Stecken, meaning something like a scarecrow (in the wind).
    8:50 "Brennsuppe" is a simple soup based on "Einbrenn" (Mehlschwitze, Roux). This was the traditional breakfast. The better known phrase would be "I bin ned auf der Brennsuppen dahergeschwommen", "I didn't come (swim) here on this kind of soup" – probably based on the association of this dish with simple, rural people.

  10. This sounds like a very hard accent to do (especially with the regional words) without sounding like you're taking the absolute piss out of it, unless you're native to Bavaria or possibly Austria. It's like the Irish of German.

  11. Da es noch niemand in den Kommentaren erklärt hat. Brennsuppn (Bist du af da Brennsuppn daher gschwumma?) ist eine sog. Einbrennsuppe. Typisches Arme-Leute-Essen das bis zum Mittelalter zurückverfolgt werden kann, bei der man Mehlschwitze einbrennen lies, mit Wasser und allem, was so da war (u.U. auch Ungenießbares, Blätter, sogar Tollkirschen) aufgoss und gegessen hat. Durch die schlechte Qualität von Mehl war es nicht unüblich, dass entweder durch Hefepilze in der Luft ein gewisser Anteil Alkohol dabei war oder durch mögliche Schimmelpilzeinwirkungen und/oder dem Hinzufügen von bspw. Tollkirschen und anderem psychosomatisch wirkendem Zeug derjenige, der die Suppe gegessen hat ziemlich neben der Spur war.