- n. alternative spelling of Denglisch.
“When I'm with the Amerikaners, we speak "Denglish", a combo of German and English ... in other words, we usually speak mostly German and fill in what we don't know with German.”
“I don't think you took enough time to really understand what "Denglish" is all about!”
“Denglish (what you get when you cross Deutsch and English) is worse than you think.”
“I, using my best Denglish (English-Dutch), talked about the stakes of such a war and occupation for us all.”
“Denglish is often my bane as well, and sometimes it isn't easy to remain patient with the "experts" who provide me with instruction in my native language.”
“We know that Denglish examples abound, and they are always good for a chuckle, especially on a Friday afernoon.”
“For Friday amusement for our fellow German speakers, we can't help but briefly address a gigantic language pitfall in German-speaking countries: Denglish.”
“For the uninitiated, that's an atrocious combination of German Deutsch in German and English = Denglish.”
“As an expat writing from Germany, I'm impressed by your grasp of Denglish.”
“My favorite examplke of Denglish is a warning given to new members of a mailing list: "Spammer werden sofort gekickt.”
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Many countries use either a mixed language or code-switching in order to better communicate with English-speakers. These English dialects are often portmanteaus of the country the dialect originate...
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