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German belongs to the western group of Germanic languages of the Indo-European family. German is most closely related to other West Germanic languages, namely Afrikaans, Dutch, English and Frisian. Today, German is one of the main languages of the world. It is the most widely spoken language in the European Union. German is the official or one of the official languages in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and the Italian province of South Tyrol. It is also the official language of Luxembourg and Belgium. German is widely taught as a foreign language, especially in continental Europe, where it is the third most popular foreign language, as well as in the United States. German is an inflectional language, it has four cases for nouns, pronouns and adjectives: nominative (nominative), accusative (accusative), dative (dative), genitive (genitive); three genders (masculine, feminine, neuter); two numbers (singular and plural). The German verb has 6 tenses: simple present tense, simple past tense, complex past tense, complex past tense, denoting a completed action that occurred a long time ago, complex future tense I, complex future tense II. Agglutination in German is quite rare. The article in German is a service word that indicates the gender, number and case of a noun. The phonetics of the German language has 44 sounds, including 16 vowels, 3 diphthongs, 22 consonants and 3 affricates. The German language has many regional differences and dialects, among which there are significant differences. There are 3 main groups of dialects: Low German dialects (Low Frankish, Low Saxon, East Low German), Middle German dialects (West Middle German, East Middle German), South German dialects (Upper Frankish, Alemannic, Bavarian). There are also superdialect forms: Austrian and Swiss versions of German. The German alphabet uses 26 pairs of Latin letters; the letters denoting the umlauted sounds (ä, ö, ü) and the β ligature (escet) are not included in the alphabet.