Standard American German is a mix of historical words, English loan words, and new words which connect together a standard version of the German language used by the non-Amish or Mennonite descendants of the original pre-20th century German immigrants in the United States.

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  • Standard American German is a mix of historical words, English loan words, and new words which connect together a standard version of the German language used by the non-Amish or Mennonite descendants of the original pre-20th century German immigrants in the United States. (en)
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  • Standard American German is a mix of historical words, English loan words, and new words which connect together a standard version of the German language used by the non-Amish or Mennonite descendants of the original pre-20th century German immigrants in the United States. (en)
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