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Soziolinguistik - For questions on scientific aspects of the influence from society on the German language.
Questions on the orthography reforms of 1996 and 2006.
For questions about asking questions in German.
Brief - formal or informal written communication to a recipient. For questions on "letters" i.e. characters please use tag: "character".
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Questions related to the German language as spoken and written in Bavaria.
Questions related to the German language as spoken and written in Austria.
Questions surrounding the letter ß.
Questions specifically related to written German.
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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…