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comment Vorläufer für “Wer traut sich jetzt noch Präsident?”
Wir sind Papst!
Nov
18
comment I have a problem with “st”
@BЈовић: Des schdimmd fei gar net!
Oct
17
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
17
comment German word for “thesis reviewer” and “thesis examiner”
Just to throw in some additional terms: At my university (Uni Stuttgart) the advisor is not the same person as the head of the defence (they call this person Vorsitzender des Prüfungsausschusses). The advisor is called Hauptberichter and an examiner is called Mitberichter. Here's the examination regulation for reference: www.uni-stuttgart.de/zv/bekanntmachungen/bekanntm_55_2011.pdf
Oct
15
comment Word ordering in subclause “die Sache wäre entschieden gewesen”
I think a colon (:) would be even clearer.
Oct
14
comment Meaning of “im dritten”
@Chris I don't think so
Oct
14
answered Meaning of “im dritten”
Oct
2
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
6
awarded  Custodian
Aug
6
reviewed Reviewed When to use dative or accusative object with “sitzen”?
Jun
29
awarded  Custodian
Jun
29
reviewed Leave Open What is abbreviated to “penn'”
Jun
29
reviewed Close How can “Dense plasma focus” be translated?
May
25
awarded  Yearling
May
22
comment How rude is “fressen”?
@Raphael Also true, yes. sich überfressen is maybe not rude in the sense of insulting but I still think it's a little bit vulgar.
May
22
comment How rude is “fressen”?
@Raphael I would disagree in most situations. I wouldn't say this when having lunch with my collegues, for example. Not to speak of a business or other formal dinner. I would only use it with close friends.
May
22
comment Genitiv vs Satzkonstruktion mit von
@Raphael Concerning von vs von der: this probably varies from region to region. Where I come from (south-west) you will hear von der much more frequently.
Jan
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on “Darum” and the position of the verb
Jan
19
accepted Wie lautet das Gegenteil von “Muttersprachler”?
Jan
17
comment Wie lautet das Gegenteil von “Muttersprachler”?
Das stimmt zwar, aber nicht immer ist das so gebildete Wort gebräuchlich oder sinnvoll.