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Feb
28
asked How does the crew address the captain in “Das Boot”?
Feb
28
asked When is “gehen” properly used?
Dec
16
awarded  Editor
Dec
16
revised Meaning and origin of 'Ich verstehe nur Bahnhof'
deleted 3 characters in body; edited title
Dec
16
accepted Meaning and origin of 'Ich verstehe nur Bahnhof'
Dec
10
asked Meaning and origin of 'Ich verstehe nur Bahnhof'
Dec
9
accepted Meaning of schon in “das schaff' ich schon”
Dec
9
revised Meaning of schon in “das schaff' ich schon”
edited tags
Dec
8
asked Meaning of schon in “das schaff' ich schon”
Dec
7
accepted Yiddish: common in Europe?
Dec
4
asked Yiddish: common in Europe?
Dec
4
comment “Es hat”: synonym for “es gibt”?
Will do, thanks for the suggestion!
Dec
4
comment “Es hat”: synonym for “es gibt”?
Interesting answer -- so is Yiddish similar to german?
Dec
4
accepted “Es hat”: synonym for “es gibt”?
Dec
2
awarded  Critic
Dec
2
comment “Es hat”: synonym for “es gibt”?
Cool, that's what I thought. Thanks for the clarification!
Dec
2
comment “Es hat”: synonym for “es gibt”?
Not quite sure what you mean by 'constructed' -- artificial or unnatural?
Dec
2
comment “Es hat”: synonym for “es gibt”?
Yes, these are real examples -- Es hat ein Auto auf der Strasse.
Dec
2
asked “Es hat”: synonym for “es gibt”?
Dec
2
accepted “Selber schuld” vs. “selbst schuld”