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Meaning of “noch” in context
I'm a bit confused on the meaning of "noch" in a paragraph I have in my Lehrbuch: Sara arbeitet heute lange. Sie ist müde, aber zufrieden. Sie kauft noch ein und geht nach Hause. does that mean: ...
Nov 18 '13 at 19:23
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