Amelie

Age range: 20-40

Swiss German Secret Esca...

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Andrea Martina

Age range: Teen-30

Swiss German Fairytale N...

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Wanda

Age range: 25-45

Swiss German Commercial

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Swiss German Garnier Com...

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Swiss German Head & Shou...

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Alex W

Age range: Teen-60

German Compilation

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Britta

Age range: Child-45

German Compilation

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German Britney Spears Fa...

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Roy

Age range: 25-55

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Swiss German (Schwyzerdütsch) is spoken by about 4.5 million people mainly in Switzerland, and also in Piedmont and the Aosta Valley in northern Italy, and in Liechtenstein and in the Vorarlberg region of Austria. Swiss German belongs to the Alemannic subgroup of West Germanic languages. The current population in Switzerland is just over 8.5 million.

Swiss German is used in speech in most formal and informal contexts in German-speaking parts of Switzerland. There is significant regional variation, and Swiss German differs markedly from varieties of German spoken in Germany and Austria. The main written language used in German-speaking parts of Switzerland is Standard German (Hochdeutsch) or Deutsche Schriftsprache (written German), but Swiss German is used to some extent in novels, newspapers, personal letters and diaries.

That is in contrast to the differences between Standard German and Swiss German, which are so many that mutual unintelligibility can cause both to be considered different languages.