[TUHS] An amusing error message

Steffen Nurpmeso sdaoden at yandex.com
Sun May 11 07:39:42 AEST 2014

I was born '72 ...
Jiddisch does no longer exist in Germany.
(And i'm living in the hope the borders remain where they are.)

John Cowan <cowan at mercury.ccil.org> wrote:
 |Gregg Levine scripsit:
 |> Let us also consider the dialect of Yiddish. It contains many
 |> expressions originally in German, and an equally ungrammatical
 |> smattering of Hebrew.
 |I know this is said in jest, but to speak in earnest for a moment,
 |Yiddish hasn't borrowed much from German: rather, Yiddish and modern
 |German are descended from a common ancestor, and so Yiddish is no more
 |ungrammatical German than English is ungrammatical Dutch.

The "Jiddisch" entry in the german Wikipedia classifies it as
a "Middle German Dialect".


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