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asked Wie verwendet man Bindestriche bei mehrteiligen Eigennamen richtig?
Jun
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comment Wie schreibt man eine Abkürzung?
Das ist wirklich interessant, hätte schwören können, dass die Version ohne Leerzeichen richtig ist.
Jun
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comment What's the “more correct” term — “achronologisch” or “antichronologisch”?
Is this a question related to German language? In German, the Prefix 'a' is generally a negation whereas 'anti' means against, counter...
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May
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comment How to translate “dirty” in the morally unclean sense?
Lol, +1 for "covered with dirt"
May
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answered Articles in real life
May
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answered Welche Bedeutungen kann das Adjektiv “günstig” haben?
May
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answered How to save an “ich habe …” motion perfect?
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awarded  Commentator
May
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comment What is the correct salutation for people with an academic grade or title
Very good answer. I agree that in oral conversation it's not easy to choose the appropriate salutation. Some people may even feel a little bit awkward when you use their title. My boss, who is professor, once told me to omit the professor when adressing him. Also in a professional environment where many persons are Dr. and Prof. (a scientific conference, for example) you don't use the titles.
May
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answered Is there an “etw.” that shows grammatical case?
May
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comment Ist ein Buchstabe eine Nummer?
Es dürfte allerdings auch im technisch-naturwissenschaftlichen Bereich eher unüblich sein, eine Aufzählung mit zehn zu beginnen ;)
May
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comment Talking About Money
This is a good answer. I'd like to add that for any Cent amount starting from 20 Cent you could omit the "Euro" without sounding akward. So you would rather say "drei Euro siebzehn" than "drei siebzehn" but "drei vierundreißig" is quite common. I agree that this is for the reason that deceze already gave.
May
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comment What is the origin of the rules about the capitalization of the first letter of each noun?
Love the Grimm citation :)
May
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awarded  Editor
May
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comment Articles in real life
Very good answer!
May
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revised “Wir waren hier gelaufen” vs. “Wir sind hier gelaufen”
Corrected spelling
May
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comment “Wir waren hier gelaufen” vs. “Wir sind hier gelaufen”
Yes, you're right. Thanks for the correction and for accepting the answer.
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awarded  Teacher