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Do we use “Du” or “Sie” to address users in a German operation manual?
When writing or translating an operation manual for software (including game software) or hardware users are mostly addressed by the polite form "Sie". Increasingly however we can also find manuals ...
Jul 20 '11 at 9:35
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