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a shortened form of a word or phrase, including acronym and initialisms.
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relating to the grammatical case that marks typically the direct object of a verb or the object of any of several prepositions
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Akkusativ mit Infinitiv (AcI) – Questions about a particular construction that can be used with some verbs, employing an accusative and a plain infinitive.
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Adjektivendungen – Inflection specific to adjectives.
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Adjektive - Questions on words that qualify nouns by giving additional information.
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Adverb - Questions on words that qualify verbs, adjectives, other adverbs, or sentences.
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Anglizismus – Influences of English upon German on a linguistic and a symbolic level
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indicate the omission of letters
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a word that precedes a noun and determines its gender.
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Questions related to the German language as spoken and written in Austria.
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Hilfsverben – Questions on ‘haben’, ‘sein’ and ‘werden’. Modal verbs have a tag of their own.
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Questions related to the German language as spoken and written in Bavaria.
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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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Gebrochene Schrift, Fraktur – Blackletter typefaces such as fraktur, textura or schwabacher and “broken” handwriting such as Offenbacher and Sütterlin.
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The given other tags should clarify, whether the text/word was taken from a book (and therefore the language may be dated or really old) or whether a (e. g. reference) book is asked for.