34), and the various dialects spoken in the French region of Grand Est, such as Alsatian (mainly Alemannic, but also Central- and Upper Franconian (no.
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32) dialects) and Lorraine Franconian (Central Franconian – no. After these High German dialects, standard German is (somewhat less closely) related to languages based on Low Franconian dialects (e.g.
Dutch and Afrikaans) or Low German/Low Saxon dialects (spoken in northern Germany and southern Denmark), neither of which underwent the High German consonant shift.