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29/08/2013

Uma "Babilônia" linguística no interior do Espírito Santo - por Dr. Ivan Seibel*

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Alô  ouvintes.
 

Os primeiros imigrantes que chegaram à Colônia de Santa Leopoldina, ES, vieram de diferentes lugares da Europa Central e se fixaram em localidades, cujos nomes ainda hoje lembram sua origem. Tivemos os suíços, os tiroleses os luxemburgeses, os hunsrücker, os hessenianos e tantos outros.

Os que vieram para cá se mantiveram mais em comunidades e utilizaram o próprio idioma para se congregarem e se protegerem. Os pomeranos chegaram mais tarde e se fixaram na região de Santa Maria de Jetibá. Onde estes eram maioria, os imigrantes de outras procedências terminaram sendo absorvidos pelos casamentos com os jovens do grupo majoritário. Estes casamentos entre holandeses, pomeranos, alemães, suíços e austríacos passaram a acontecer com cada vez mais freqüência. “Ua sou in daí selvam Familch deiras jo öftars drei ao fai sprok rära”. Ou seja, não era raro encontrarem-se pessoas comunicando-se em três ou quatro, digamos, idiomas diferentes. 

Era preciso aprender o alemão padrão para o aprendizado na escola da comunidade e para o relacionamento com a Igreja.  Precisava-se dominar a língua pomerana por ser a do meio de comunicação dominante em toda a colônia. Era preciso entender o português por ser a língua do relacionamento com as autoridades.

Por outro lado, no seio da família, muitas vezes, falavam-se os idiomas ou dialetos de uma das suas diferentes origens na Europa, como o hunsrück, o holandês, o belga, o polonês ou o tirolês. Esta heterogeneidade lingüística se manteve muito viva, praticamente até a década de 1970.
 

Seria isto por hoje.
 

Seu  Ivan Seibel

 



Comentários

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PXeCwqsAg7 11/09/2013, às 02:05

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Vu9Q47z1lze 10/09/2013, às 17:52

Good interview. Ms. Burke seems to be the kind of even hadned and open minded journalist that is pretty rare these days. If she was on MSNBC or CNN somebody may even take them seriously. MSNBC could use a bit of diversity, no? A couple of questions though: Since she was there, all day walking back and forth, did she not get any inkling that there was some \'outliers\' lurking amongst the protesters that might cause trouble? She seems to not believe that it\'s highly unlikely that NONE of the many video cameras held by professional news crews and amateurs alike to have captured any of the hateful speech, because there was so much noise and confusion. So, how did the congressmen hear it? We were told that there was chanting of the n-word as much as fifteen times. How did the congressmen hear it and not one video camera (so far) could? And why did none of the congressmen, in the videos we have seen react to it? Stop, turn their heads, point, anything?The other iss

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HKaDslf6 10/09/2013, às 12:44

In Holland both government prtiaes look to move. Basically they simply have to. They are doing extremely poor in the polls.Wilders is on a full scale attack (like usual) on the VVD (Rutte). and the SP on Dutch Labour.They are probably forced to do some things.One of the next weeks there is a debate in Dutch parliament on the issue btw. http://duebwanr.com [url=http://fcxnrbl.com]fcxnrbl[/url] [link=http://nnpdizquzym.com]nnpdizquzym[/link]

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wjPsrYYovE 09/09/2013, às 05:35

Good interview. Ms. Burke seems to be the kind of even haendd and open minded journalist that is pretty rare these days. If she was on MSNBC or CNN somebody may even take them seriously. MSNBC could use a bit of diversity, no? A couple of questions though: Since she was there, all day walking back and forth, did she not get any inkling that there was some \'outliers\' lurking amongst the protesters that might cause trouble? She seems to not believe that it\'s highly unlikely that NONE of the many video cameras held by professional news crews and amateurs alike to have captured any of the hateful speech, because there was so much noise and confusion. So, how did the congressmen hear it? We were told that there was chanting of the n-word as much as fifteen times. How did the congressmen hear it and not one video camera (so far) could? And why did none of the congressmen, in the videos we have seen react to it? Stop, turn their heads, point, anything?The other issue is the cut propane gas line. Who did it?


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