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Feb
28
asked When to use the future tense?
Feb
28
accepted What is the meaning of “Mensch” when used between friends or family members?
Feb
23
comment How do you say “Three strikes, you're out!” in German?
Both. Edited to clarify.
Feb
23
revised How do you say “Three strikes, you're out!” in German?
added 132 characters in body
Feb
23
asked How do you say “Three strikes, you're out!” in German?
Feb
13
comment What is the meaning of “Mensch” when used between friends or family members?
@knut: Not really—the "Mensch" didn't really seem to have that sense. It was used too often during the conversation, and it was always being addressed specifically to the husband.
Feb
13
revised Am I writing these numerals correctly as words?
Improved question.
Feb
13
suggested suggested edit on Am I writing these numerals correctly as words?
Feb
12
asked What is the meaning of “Mensch” when used between friends or family members?
Feb
9
answered Wie heißt es richtig, Masterthesis oder Masterarbeit?
Jan
28
awarded  Teacher
Jan
28
revised Differences between “Klausur”, “Prüfung” and “Examen”
Corrected spelling and grammar issues. ("Therm" for "term," "example" for exam.)
Jan
28
suggested suggested edit on Differences between “Klausur”, “Prüfung” and “Examen”
Jan
18
awarded  Scholar
Jan
18
accepted How do I say something is the superlative of a group in German?
Jan
17
comment How do I say something is the superlative of a group in German?
So is it preferred to say «Lake Michigan ist der größte Große See» instead of «Lake Michigan ist der größte der Großen Seen», or are both acceptable? Is the second considered more literary rather than Umgangsprache?
Jan
17
awarded  Student
Jan
17
answered Is it acceptable to omit umlauts and put an extra 'e' instead?
Jan
17
awarded  Supporter
Jan
17
asked How do I say something is the superlative of a group in German?