Network by dialect

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* [http://ling.uni-konstanz.de/pages/home/brandner/index.html Ellen Brandner] at University of Konstanz
 
* [http://ling.uni-konstanz.de/pages/home/brandner/index.html Ellen Brandner] at University of Konstanz
* [http://www.researchportal.ch/unizh/a477.htm Elvira Glaser ]at University of Zürich
 
  
 
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Revision as of 13:58, 4 January 2012

This page gives an overview of the dialects and the dialect syntacticians associated with them.

Contents

Afrikaans

Basque dialects

Breton dialects

  • Mélanie Jouitteau at CNRS, France. The wikipedia site that she has created for her project, ARBRES, can be found here.

Catalan dialects

Danish dialects

Dutch dialects

In general:

(West-)Flemish:

English dialects

In general:

African English:

Appalachian English:

Bradford English:

Hiberno-English:

North American English:

Scottish English:

Estonian dialects

Faroese dialects

Finnish dialects

French dialects

Occitan:

Franco-Provencal:

Frisian dialects

Gaelic dialects

Scottish Gaelic:

German dialects

In general:

Alemannic:

Austrian German:

Bavarian:

Hessian:

Moselle-Franconian:

Plautdietsch (a language of Netherlandic Mennonites in the Americas):

Swiss German:

Tyrolean:

Greek dialects

In general:

Asia Minor dialects:

Cappadocian dialect:

Cretan dialect:

Cypriot Greek:

Grico dialect (spoken in Italy):

Pontic Greek:

Icelandic dialects

Italian dialects

In general:

Northern Italian dialects:

Southern Italian dialects:

Macedonian dialects

  • Olga Tomic at University of Skopje/University of Novi Sad

Malagasy dialects

Norwegian dialects

Portuguese dialects

In general:

Brazilian Portuguese:

  • Ananda Lima at University of California, Los Angeles Linguistics Department

Sámi dialects

Slavic balkan dialects

  • Olga Tomic at University of Skopje

Slovene dialects

Spanish dialects

Swedish dialects

In general:

Finnish Swedish:

Welsh dialects

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