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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.
Schweizer Mundart (Schweizerdeutsch) - Questions on the dialect spoken in Switzerland. For differences in grammar, orthography, or punctuation use the tag swiss-standard-german.
relating to the style, arrangement, or appearance of typeset matter
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|person-names× 12||modal-particle× 12||
relating to the study of the internal construction of words
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.
For questions about syntactic expletives, i.e., words which only serve a syntactic purpose but do not contribute to the meaning such as *es* in “es regnet”.
Anglizismus – Influences of English upon German on a linguistic and a symbolic level
|phrase-history× 10||interjections× 10||irregular-verb× 9||phonetics× 9|
|culture× 9||english× 9||possessive× 9||proper-noun× 9|
Semantik - questions on the scientifical base of meanings of words or sentences. For more basic questions on meanings, or meanings in context choose 'word-meaning', 'meaning', or 'meaning-in-context'.
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||nuance× 8||hyphen× 8||
the most natural or common way to say something.