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Scanian is used in parts of southern Sweden and Denmark.

Entries shown below:  Scanian, Lûngadialekten, Österlendialekten, and Trelleborgska

top Scanian

1) Var e mitt rom?

2) Var e strannen?

3) Var e fyllet?

4) La waer å prega där!

top Lûngadialekten

Scanian Lûngadialekten is used in the city of Lund in southern Sweden.

1) Hvåur e mitt rom?

2) Hvåur e strannen?

3) Hvåur e baren?

4) Rør mi ente darr!

top Österlendialekten

Scanian Österlendialekten is used in Österlen, the southeastern part of the Swedish province of Scania.

1) Hår e mitt rom?

2) Hår e hauborren?

3) Hår e baren?

4) Lo bö mi där!

top Trelleborgska

The Trelleborgska dialect of Scanian is used in the municipality of Trelleborg in southernmost Sweden.

1) Hår e mitt rom?

2) Hår e strannen?

3) Hår e baren?

4) La ble mi darr!

Language information at Wikipedia

The Scania - Skåneland site has information on the history, geography, and politics surrounding this langauge

Alternate names for Scanian include Skåne, Skånska, Skånsk, Southern Swedish, and Eastern Danish

The four essential
travel phrases in English:

1) Where is my room?
2) Where is the beach?
3) Where is the bar?
4) Don't touch me there!
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