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Ich als Berliner würde wie geiht di dat als eindeutig platt einstufen (wobei ich nicht weiß, ob sich Ostsee-Platt von Nordsee-Platt signifikant unterscheidet). "meen" klingt natürlich schon auch berlinerisch, "dit" beinahe (wäre eher "det", aber der Unterschied ist akustisch nicht sehr stark). "Ich" wird in Berlin zu "ick(e)", mit kurzem i und scharfem "...


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Self answer: in a nutshell, it's perfectly fine. I went to Stuttgart and have happened to interact with a diverse range of persons. With some people the accent is really really strong, but that's okay. Sometimes it just need to make them repeat; just saying to be learning German is sufficient for them to repeat gently. In general (in the stores, in the ...


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This is a phenomenon that must be limited to a geographic region. I can't tell you where this region is, I just can tell you that the eastern parts of Austria do not belong to it. Maybe you are mixing up this phenomenon with some compound nouns? I never have heard »schön Wetter« before, just the compound noun »Schönwetter«. Same is true for »alt Eisen«. I ...


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Other usages are: gut Ding will Weile haben, i.e. getting a good result takes time. gut Wetter machen, i.e. trying to temper someone's mood. Das geht weg wie geschnitten Brot., i.e. something that sells very good. unrecht Gut gedeihet nicht, i.e. you can't claim the earnings from stolen property Holla, gut G'sell from the old drinking song of the same name. ...


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