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- proper n. The modern form of the German language, successor to Early New High German.
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Frankfort in 1833; another in early New High German, also published at
In modern times however standard New High German with a Northern accent has become the norm for spoken language in the North of Germany.
Sure, but it’s not a consistent rule by any means, certainly not in the way it is in New High German for example.
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