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I'm a native German speaker from Austria, but cannot tell (or find online) which German dialectwhich German dialect tends to replace, for example,

Was für ein schönes Auto!

with the shorter form

Was ein schönes Auto!

I usually see this construction in informal communication.

  Is this short form used more widely? Is it correct Germana form of dialect from a specfic region?

I'm a native German speaker from Austria, but cannot tell (or find online) which German dialect tends to replace, for example,

Was für ein schönes Auto!

with the shorter form

Was ein schönes Auto!

I usually see this construction in informal communication.

  Is this short form used more widely? Is it correct German?

I'm a native German speaker from Austria, but cannot tell (or find online) which German dialect tends to replace, for example,

Was für ein schönes Auto!

with the shorter form

Was ein schönes Auto!

I usually see this construction in informal communication. Is it a form of dialect from a specfic region?

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I'm a native German speaker from Austria, but cannot tell (or find online) which German dialect tends to replace, for example,

Was für ein schönes Auto!

with the shorter form

Was ein schönes Auto!

I usually see this construction in informal communication.

Is this short form used more widely, or am I confused by an idiosyncrasy of only a handful of people? Is it correct German?

I suppose most other German speakers use

Welch ein schönes Auto!

if they want a shorter version of "Was für ein".

I'm a native German speaker from Austria, but cannot tell (or find online) which German dialect tends to replace, for example,

Was für ein schönes Auto!

with the shorter form

Was ein schönes Auto!

I usually see this construction in informal communication.

Is this short form used more widely, or am I confused by an idiosyncrasy of only a handful of people? Is it correct German?

I suppose most other German speakers use

Welch ein schönes Auto!

if they want a shorter version of "Was für ein".

I'm a native German speaker from Austria, but cannot tell (or find online) which German dialect tends to replace, for example,

Was für ein schönes Auto!

with the shorter form

Was ein schönes Auto!

I usually see this construction in informal communication.

Is this short form used more widely? Is it correct German?

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I'm a native German speaker from Austria, but cannot tell (or find online) which German dialect tends to replace, for eaxmpleexample,

Was für ein schönes Auto!

with the shorter form

Was ein schönes Auto!

I usually see this construction in informal communication.

Is this short form used more widely, or am I confused by an idiosyncrasy of only a handful of people? Is it correct German?

I suppose most other German speakers use

Welch ein schönes Auto!

if they want a shorter version of "Was für ein".

I'm a native German speaker from Austria, but cannot tell (or find online) which German dialect tends to replace, for eaxmple,

Was für ein schönes Auto!

with the shorter form

Was ein schönes Auto!

I usually see this construction in informal communication.

Is this short form used more widely, or am I confused by an idiosyncrasy of only a handful of people? Is it correct German?

I suppose most other German speakers use

Welch ein schönes Auto!

if they want a shorter version of "Was für ein".

I'm a native German speaker from Austria, but cannot tell (or find online) which German dialect tends to replace, for example,

Was für ein schönes Auto!

with the shorter form

Was ein schönes Auto!

I usually see this construction in informal communication.

Is this short form used more widely, or am I confused by an idiosyncrasy of only a handful of people? Is it correct German?

I suppose most other German speakers use

Welch ein schönes Auto!

if they want a shorter version of "Was für ein".

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