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Synonym für “didaktische Kompetenz”

Ich suche ein Substantiv, das "die Fähigkeit, Wissen vermitteln zu können" bezeichnet. Ich habe bisher nur "didaktische Kompetenz" gefunden und suche bisher erfolglos nach einem einzelnen Begriff.
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What are the differences between the german nouns for 'event'?

There are many nouns that describe an event, occation, or happenings They all can be translated to either; * der Anlass * das Geschehen * das Geschehnis * das Ereignis * die Veranstaltung How do ...
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Diener vs. Knecht

Was ist der Unterschied zwischen den beiden Begriffen Diener und Knecht? Hat sich die Bedeutung dieser beiden Wörter in der Vergangenheit (letzte 200 Jahre) verändert? Ergänzung Der Duden erklärt ...
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Welche Substantive bilden extrem viele oder wenige Wortformen?

Viele, die bisher nur nicht oder wenig flektierende Sprachen (wie Englisch) sprechen und anfangen, Deutsch zu lernen, scheinen anfangs häufig das Gefühl zu haben, dass jede Kombination von Kasus und ...
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Is there any Android App / Software (windows) / Book which has German nouns with Articles, Plural forms and English meaning? [duplicate]

I am learning German. I already learned 1000 German nouns with Articles but not with plural forms. It takes a long time to search each words in the dictionary and it's kinda boring too. what is the ...
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Is there an easy way to determine the masculine, feminine or neuter forms of a noun? [duplicate]

I am just beginning to learn German and I was wondering if there was an easy way to determine if a noun was masculine, feminine or neuter? Or is it one of those things that I just learn over time?
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Demonstrative pronoun: does it have to match the subject? [closed]

I'm a little confused about German grammar, the demonstratives to be specific (this, that, these, those). Does the demonstrative pronoun have to match the subject being described? Example: Would ...
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Why do nouns change gender in plural? [closed]

On this site http://german.about.com/library/anfang/blanfang15.htm nouns have different genders in plural forms, why?Also is there a site where I can check the gender of nouns?