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"Da (sein)" can mean "(being) there" to express the existance or presence of something or someone, as probably in all of your examples. Habe keine Angst, die Polizei ist ja bald da. ('da' -> 'hier, bei uns') "Da" can also be used to replace "dort", which refers to an explicit location. You can identify that meaning when information on that location ...


The verb you want for "test," in the context of food, is "probieren." "Testen" does mean "test," in the sense of "test drive" of e.g. a car. It is more "active" than probieren. "Probieren" means to "test" in the sense of "taste test." "Schmecken" just means to "taste." An English synonym might be to "savor."

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