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Why the “-es” in phrases like “etwas Nasses”?
I was listening to a German audiobook this morning, and I noticed two phrases: etwas Nasses etwas Großes I can't be sure of the capitalization, since I was hearing it, not reading it. They were ...
Feb 13 '12 at 14:11
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