Difference Between Swiss German and German Language
The language spoken in Switzerland, distinguished with Alemmannic dialect, is Swiss German. A large number of people in the Alpine community in the parts of Northern Italy also speak the language. Sometimes , Alemmannic dialect is also mixed with Swiss German. Especially the dialects of Liechtenstein and Vorarlberg in Austria are mixed with the German language in Switzerland. There is no union in the Swiss German language. Most of the times, the language is distributed into Highest, High and Low Swiss German. A large variety of these languages are spoken in areas outside and inside Switzerland. The dialects of Swiss German make a group because the use of language is unlimited in various aspects of daily life. The use of Swiss German Alemmannic dialect in a number of other countries is restricted. In many countries the use of the language and dialect is in danger.
The German language is a language of western parts of Germany which is closely associated with the Dutch language as well as the English language. Almost a hundred million native speakers around the country speak German. German is classified as one of the major languages spoken in the world and is the language most widely used in the European Union as the first language.
German language has one of the four cases, nominative, dative, the accusative and genitive, in contrast to Swiss German Language. The order of verb placed in a group is variable in each group in comparison to the German where these groups of verb are repeated in the same order. Relative pronouns in German are replaced by relative particles in Swiss German. In German we find three genders, neutral, feminine and masculine however, such use is not existent in Swiss German language. The purpose of the word in the German language does help in identification of gender of the object in contrast to the German language in Switzerland. The two languages also differ also vary based on the use of numbers for description. The German language uses more numbers in comparison to Swiss German language and the use of singular and plural is easily found in the German language while there is no singular or plural in Swiss German.
The vocabulary these languages are also different. Swiss German gets the majority of the words which have been kept hold of and the vocabulary is rich with plentiful words. There are some words that were obtained from Greek and Latin as well as French in some cases. There were a few English words that are included in the German.