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What is the difference between “belehren” and “lehren”?
I realize many verbs add the "be" to the beginning, which fundamentally changes the meaning, e.g., kommen and bekommen, or stehen and bestehen. However, it seems as though the "be" in belehren doesn't ...
Jan 4 '13 at 20:01
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