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Die Vermutung ist richtig, beide Satzteile stehen im Nominativ. Das wird deutlich, wenn man an ihrer Stelle Maskulina mit Artikel einsetzt: Der Hund gilt als der beste Freund des Menschen. Zur Frage, warum die verlinkte Tabelle auf mein-deutschbuch.de das nicht aufführt, kann ich mich nur Stephies Kommentar anschließen: Weil die Liste unvollständig ...


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The most commonly used form would be Ich gehe gern einkaufen. You could also say Gern gehe ich einkaufen. which would emphasize "gern", but in most contexts this would sound a bit strange. Another alternative is Einkaufen gehe ich gern. which would emphasize that you like going shopping, but not something else - the sentence somehow ...


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No, those verbs are not the same and they are not interchangeable. Großziehen would be translated as 'to raise (someone)', while aufwachsen is translated as to grow up. So: Wir sind zusammen aufgewachsen is correct, as well as Meine Mutter hat uns alleine großgezogen. The other two are lexically wrong.


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"berichten" is quite formal and typically implies that the story being told is true (to the best of the teller's knowledge) while "erzählen" is just telling a story. It might be a fictional story, a fairy tale or whatnot, but could also be a report about a fact or true event. Think of the words "Geschäftsbericht" (business report), or "Unfallbericht" ...


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Aufzeigen, on the contrary, is slightly more formal than zeigen (it’s also used to mean to raise a hand, like pupils in a classroom, but this is not meant here). It means to display, to demonstrate, to point out. Obviously there is some overlap with zeigen. If you have literally something to show you’ll probably want to use zeigen. Aufzeigen is somewhat ...


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»Aufwachsen« is what everybody does automatically. There even is no way to evade it. A child's body gets bigger and bigger, and unwillingly the child is learning good and bad habits. »Aufwachsen« is what also happens if the rest of the world leaves you alone in the wild. »Großziehen« is what others (parents, teachers) try to do to make you a better person. ...


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You seem to be having a pretty good idea of what goes where. Werden, being the finite verb, needs to occupy the second position, and sends erlauben to the end of the sentence. The infinitive construction, however, is required to be even behind the verb at the end, in the so-called Nachfeld. There are two possible ways of saying to watch TV; you seem to be ...



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