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revised Fehlerhafte Verwendung des Artikels “der” für Dativ Plural. Wie klingt es für Muttersprachler?
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comment Fehlerhafte Verwendung des Artikels “der” für Dativ Plural. Wie klingt es für Muttersprachler?
Es gibt imho einen Grund, warum man schonmal den falschen Artikel verwenden mag, und das ist, wenn man sich — während man spricht — für ein anderes Wort entscheidet, als man ursprünglich sagen wollte. Dieser Fehler wird aber selbstverständlich selbst bemerkt und häufig witzelt derjenige, der sich versprochen hat, sofort selber darüber.
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revised Fehlerhafte Verwendung des Artikels “der” für Dativ Plural. Wie klingt es für Muttersprachler?
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reviewed Leave Open Translations for Weather-Descriptions
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reviewed Leave Open Using of “with whom” in German
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reviewed Reviewed When does ‘trotz’ govern the dative case?
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revised When does ‘trotz’ govern the dative case?
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revised Ist es korrekt “keywords” in Deutsch zu nutzen?
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Apr
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revised “Dich ist das funf ferkel vekgeloffen.”
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reviewed Close “Dich ist das funf ferkel vekgeloffen.”
Apr
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comment Why don't we separate the verb “weggehen” when we use it in a sentence?
@chirlu And in the same list, he mentioned "umsteigen"...
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revised What does “Eigentum statt Miete” mean?
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Apr
29
comment Why don't we separate the verb “weggehen” when we use it in a sentence?
@chirlu OP basically said: "These verbs are not separated although they claim they were separated." So, I guess he encountered a sentence in which they're plainly not separated for good reason.
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comment Why don't we separate the verb “weggehen” when we use it in a sentence?
Are you aware that the infinitive form of a verb is not separated? When using modal verbs, for instance, you say: "Darf ich abfahren?" and not "Darf ich fahren ab?" There are further other examples, even finite forms are not always separated.
Apr
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revised Why don't we separate the verb “weggehen” when we use it in a sentence?
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revised What does “Eigentum statt Miete” mean?
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reviewed Close What does “Eigentum statt Miete” mean?
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reviewed Close Which one is correct: use Mir or Ich, mag or gefalle?
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comment Gegenteil von Abkürzung
+1 für "ausgeschriebene Form"
Apr
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revised What does “Backpfeifengesicht” mean and is there a cognate in English?
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