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revised Meaning of the abbrevation “o.g.” and position in context?
changed "proof" to "prove" ("proof" = "look over" not "demonstrate")
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suggested approved edit on Meaning of the abbrevation “o.g.” and position in context?
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accepted When can I use constructions like “wenn du planst teilzunehmen?”
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comment How do you translate “bless his (little) heart?”
For instance: "He thought he could iron his pants while wearing them, bless his heart."
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asked How do you translate “bless his (little) heart?”
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asked When can I use constructions like “wenn du planst teilzunehmen?”
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revised Is it acceptable to omit umlauts and put an extra 'e' instead?
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comment Is it acceptable to omit umlauts and put an extra 'e' instead?
Input in a specific program such as Microsoft Word is very different than a general operating system feature. (Moreover, such advice may only apply to the Windows version of Word; it doesn't work in the Mac version. And who wants to open Word to type a foreign character?)
Dec
28
comment Distinguishing Sie (you) from sie (they) in conversational German
I asked the question because I've actually had this situation several times. When it happened in person, I felt it would be rude to point too much. And, of course, there are the times it happened in a telephone call (my biggest nemesis, in so many ways), where visual clues are obviously useless.
Dec
28
revised Which of these German sentences is grammatically correct?
Corrected grammar in title.