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.

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relating to rude or offensive statements (something that insults someone)
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Gebrochene Schrift, Fraktur – Blackletter typefaces such as fraktur, textura or schwabacher and “broken” handwriting such as Offenbacher and Sütterlin.
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Hilfsverben – Questions on ‘haben’, ‘sein’ and ‘werden’. Modal verbs have a tag of their own.
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marked by the absence of formality or ceremony and that are appropriate to ordinary, casual, or familiar use
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The words between the body of the letter and your name as sender. Die Grußformel zwischen Briefkörper und Unterschrift des Absenders.
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Schwäbisch - Questions on the dialect spoken in the south-west of Germany (Swabia).
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Wortarten - Questions on the grammatical classification of words to verbs, nouns, adverbs, articles, etc.
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Norddeutsch – questions about dialects, variants and similar specific to Northern Germany
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Gedächtnishilfen, Eselsbrücken, Merkhilfen – learning techniques that aid storing information.
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Sprachprüfungen/Sprachdiplom - questions on the preparation for German proficiency examinations.
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For questions requesting a supporting document or citation for a specific query. Do not use for questions on general resources such as dictionaries – use [resource] instead.
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