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Waz do hier siest, ist ene Karte vun Noorddietschland. Enige Städer of der Karte kenst do veelliht al: Berlin, Hannober, Bremen, Hamburg. Wen een vun Berlin nah Oosten geet, komt her nah Polen. Wen een vun Bremen nah Westen geet, komt her in den Nederlanten. Wen een vun Hamburg nah Noorden geet, komt een nah Däänmark.

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- Guten Tag! Ih möhte nah den Wyk.
- Ind wann willen Se geen?
- Zukomende Frietag. So zwischen nien ind zeen.
- Zeen nah zeen. Geet ez?
- Seer guut. Ind wan bem ih dan in dem Wyk?
- Also, Se geen hier üm Klock zeen ab, dan sint Se üm Klock sexzeen finfzig in Niebüll.
- Muzz ih in Hamburg ümsteigen?
- Neen, man in Niebüll. Vun daar geen Se nah Dagebüll ind vun daar mit de Fäär nah den Wyk.
- Üm Klock ahtzeen driezig komen Se in dem Wyk an.

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Föhre ligt in dem Noordsee, niht feern vun der dänischen Grenze. De Insel ist seben Kilometer breet, zwelf Kilometer lang ind seer grüün. In dem Süden gibt'z enen schönen Strant auz feinem weizem Sant, in dem Noorden een grozez Schaulgebiet för de Vogeln.
Föhre ist ideaal för de Ferien. Een kan man auk Rad faren, reiden oder an dem Strant lustwantelen, ind natüürlih kan een Fuuzball, Tennis, Volleyball oder Minigolf spielen. Een Kino gibt ez auk of der Insel. Föhre haat 8660 Inwoner. Se leebt vun dem Turismus, vun der Bauerei ind vun dem Krabbenfang. Der Hafen vun Föhre heezt der Wyk. Daar komen de Fären auz Dagebüll an.

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Een Kutter segelt an dem Nahmittag zu dem Hafen zurüg. An Boord kooht der Fischer de lääzten Krabben. Her haat enen langen Warktag hinter sih.
Üm Klock dree s'morgens steet her of. Üm halbig vier geet her mit seinem Kutter los. Her lääzt de zwee grozen Nezzen in daz Wazer hental. Nah zwee Stunten stopt her den Motor ind haalt de Krabben auz den Nezzen. Dan lääzt her de Nezzen wieder tal ind geet weiter. De Krabben kooht her foorts in enem grozen Kezel. In dem Summer ist een Krabbenfischer zwee Stunten per Tag of See. In dem Winter bleiben de Kutter in dem Hafen.
New conlang I'm designing since yesterday, it's my first High German conlang and I designed it as easily transposable into a Low German dialect (basically change a few "z" into "t" and here you go). The conlang is only a sketch for the moment, it is completely new and will undergo some further changes in the future.
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k1234567890y Featured By Owner Edited May 4, 2015
I have also made a High German conlang :)

That means I have at least two west germanic conlangs(Urban Basanawa is a low german one as it's from Old Saxon, and I have another west germanic conlang which is derived from Old/Middle High German)...
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sewandrere Featured By Owner May 17, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
I didn't know you had a High German conlang as well, how is it??

I still prefer Low German languages (English, Low German, Dutch etc...) but I'm discovering High German languages now through standard German. Which Germanic languages do you know?
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k1234567890y Featured By Owner May 24, 2015
however, my High German conlang goes a very pure "Germanic" way, with very few loanwords...

actually, for Germanic natlangs, I only know English and some Standard German(probably able to read a little Low German and Dutch)...
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sewandrere Featured By Owner May 31, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Dutch is way easier than German ;)
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k1234567890y Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2015
for Dutch has no real grammatical cases and has a simpler gender system?
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sewandrere Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Yes especially, and I find it more "fluid" for some reason than German or even French my mothertongue!!
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k1234567890y Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2015
ok :)
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