What is Amish normal or normal Amish?

Pennsylvanian dutch or a rough translation of real dutch.

Not sure what the question asks, but the above statement should be clarified. Pennsylvania Dutch is the language spoken by the Amish. It is a German dialect going back to the time when the Amish first arrived in Pennsylvania in the 17th century. It has evolved over time and is unlike German spoken in Germany.

Real Dutch is a language spoken in the Netherlands (Holland). It is a Germanic language, but unlike German and neither one can understand each other.

Why do they refer to the Amish language as Pennsylvania Dutch? The Germans refer to their language as Deutsch, which sounds a lot like Dutch. In fact Germans call their country Deutschland.