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If your singing is as beautiful as your looks, then you are the most beautiful of all birds.".
Romansch (also spelled Rumantsh, Rumantsch, Romansch, or Romanche) is one of the four national languages of Switzerland, along with German, Italian and French.
In addition, Sursilvan was previously used in the Surmiran dialect area as the language of church, but has now been replaced by Standard Surmiran and Rumantsch Grischun.
Nominalised past participles in -au have a plural in -ai.
In addition, nouns may show vowel alternations or other irregularities: In addition to the normal plural in -s many nouns also show a collective plural in -a.
The fable The Fox and the Crow by Jean de La Fontaine in Sursilvan, as well as a translation into English, the similar-looking but noticeably different-sounding dialect Sutsilvan, and Rumantsch Grischun. Cheu ha ella viu sin in pegn in tgaper che teneva in toc caschiel en siu bec.
Quei gustass a mi, ha ella tertgau, ed ha clamau al tgaper: «Tgei bi che ti eis!