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If we are adding entries of this language, do we put in under a Dutch header and call it dialectical? And if we don't and just put it under a Dutch Low Saxon header, do we put in tags such as Armeloos, Putters, Harderwieks, Niekarks and Barrevelds? Or just in English of course. 10:28, 28 June 2010 (UTC)


I cannot IPA, so I hope, someone else can. But it must be wrong: In the Artikel: IPA: /ˌneːdərˈsɑksis/ if it would be written so, it must be speak like Nedersaksis and not Nedersaksisch; if you listen to the audio, the speaker says "Nedersaksisch" and not "Nedersaksis" and it sounds like, as one from the Netherlands has speak the word. I'm from German and speak also Nedersaksisch, but one of the German dialects of Nedersaksisch/Low German, but it is also so in Germany, that we speak sch not s at the end of the word; so the IPA-Code must be incorrect. Perhaps, someone, who know the IPA-Code can correct it. --Joachim Mos (talk) 17:37, 27 April 2013 (UTC)