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Questions related to the German language as spoken and written in Bavaria.
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|proverbs× 12||inflection× 12||mathematics× 12||particles× 12|
|poetry× 12||personal-pronouns× 12||perfect-tense× 11||passive× 11|
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…
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Schweizer Hochdeutsch (Schriftdeutsch) - Questions on vocabulary, grammar, orthography or interpunction of German as it is written in Switzerland. For the spoken dialect see Swiss German.
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Questions specifically related to written German.
Questions related to the German language as spoken and written in Austria.
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Questions that ask for lists. Please note that this kind of questions should be the rare exception on this site and should be marked community wiki.
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Soziolinguistik - For questions on scientific aspects of the influence from society on the German language.
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