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Mar
14
answered What is a semantically good translation for: continue reading or read more on blog (home) pages?
Mar
8
answered When to use “gern” vs. “gerne”
Mar
8
comment Usage of “aber”
Thank you Gigili! ;-))
Mar
7
comment Is there a different usage of “Erpel” vs. “Enterich”?
Erpel does exist in Wikipedia, the page Erpel (Begriffsklärung) says die Bezeichnung für eine männliche Ente, siehe Entenvögel. On that page, that's right there is no further mentioning of the term. My personal opinion is, that Erpel is the correct biological term, and Enterich is used in the context of stories.
Mar
7
answered Does form of address change when other listeners or readers are present?
Mar
6
revised Sentence structure tips: verb placement
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Mar
6
answered Sentence structure tips: verb placement
Mar
6
comment Usage of “aber”
Hey Gigili, your previous user image was nicer! ;-)
Feb
29
comment Wissenswertes über “Fleppen”?
Du hast absolut recht - ich muss blind gewesen sein - dann gibt es also wohl das Synonym Fleppen - wieder was gelernt...
Feb
29
answered Abbreviations of Entschuldigung?
Feb
29
comment Wissenswertes über “Fleppen”?
Da hätte ich beim Lesen der Zeitung nicht gewusst, um was es geht, wenn da nicht das Konterfei unseres geliebten Verkehrsminister wäre - mir ist nur der umgangssprachliche Ausdruck Lappen ein Begriff - ansonsten kennt Openthesaurus noch ein paar andere Begriffe, aber nicht Fleppen.
Feb
29
revised stilllegen, but lahm legen?
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Feb
29
revised stilllegen, but lahm legen?
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Feb
29
answered stilllegen, but lahm legen?
Feb
29
comment What's the difference between “Ich habe dich Lieb” and “Ich liebe dich”?
Interesting you ask that, since I experienced the exact same confusion even though being a native German - over 10 years ago, a girl I loved said "Ich hab dich lieb" to me and meant "Ich mag dich sehr gern", but I understood it as "Ich liebe dich". The good part of it is, that today she's my wife, so no harm done. ;-)
Feb
29
revised Has “scheiße” become a “normal” word?
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Feb
29
asked Why do deprecative descriptions of a person sound funny today?
Feb
29
answered Does “frech wie Oskar sein” have a negative connotation to it?
Feb
27
revised How do you say “Three strikes, you're out!” in German?
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Feb
27
answered How do you say “Three strikes, you're out!” in German?