A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
|Type to find tags:|
relating to the form of a verb that tells when the action takes place
relating to a letter or a group of letters that is added to the end of a word to change its meaning or to form a different word
|personal-pronouns× 21||past-participle× 20||particles× 20||book× 20|
|technical-terminology× 20||relative-clauses× 19||
For questions about asking questions in German.
Questions related to the German language as spoken and written in Austria.
Formal or informal written correspondence, including e-mails. For questions on letters in the sense of characters please use the “character” tag.
|definite-articles× 18||untagged× 18|
|online-resources× 17||reference× 17||umlaut× 17||subordinate-clause× 17|
Soziolinguistik - For questions on scientific aspects of the influence from society on the German language.
Questions on the orthography reforms of 1996 and 2006.
|perfect-tense× 16||inflection× 16||
Questions related to the German language as spoken and written in Bavaria.
Questions surrounding the letter ß.
The transformation of verbs or adjectives into nouns. In German: die Substativierung (verb: substantivieren). Beside the requirement to capitalize the noun, nominalization often comes with a shift in…
relating to a verb with a prefix that can be separated from it in some tenses
relating to the arrangement of words and phrases to create well-formed sentences
Questions specifically related to written German.
|past× 14||literature× 14|