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comment Der Unterschied zwischen “räsonieren” und “streiten”
@HubertSchölnast "Motzen" und "nörgeln" sind beide recht informell und werden–zumindest dort wo ich lebe–in der Umgangssprache recht häufig verwendet. "Räsonieren" hab ich bisher nur schriftsprachlich gesehen und sehr, sehr, sehr selten. "Streiten" (was ich als Vergleich genommen habe, wegen der Frage), ist in der Hinsicht neutral und wird gesprochen und geschrieben etwa gleich häufig verwendet.
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comment Präpositionen mit dem Dativ/Genetiv
FYI: you can look it up on canoo.net and you'll see that "dank" can take both cases.
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comment Der Unterschied zwischen “räsonieren” und “streiten”
"Räsonieren" ist kein Wort, das man kennen muss. Nur mal so zum Vergleich NGram räsonieren vs streiten
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comment When should I use the verb ''tropfen'' and ''tröpfeln''?
You've put "dauernd" into parentheses. Note, that you cannot use both "dauernd" and "die ganze Zeit" at the same time.
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comment Wie sagt man “To half believe”?
Warum "entweder" wenn im Original kein "either" vorkommt? "Es ist vollkommen egal, ob sie es glauben oder (nur) halb/zur Hälfte glauben"
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comment Meaning of this street sign
Well, you still need to take into account that there's a "Waffengesetz". There are only a few items that you are allowed to carry. In German it's not that easy to get a license for a weapon. But technically, you're allowed to carry a kitchen knive, for instance, as it's not covered by the law.
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comment Meaning of this street sign
It says that you are not allowed to carry weapons at night. Shooting, stabbing, etc. is an offense anyway.
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comment Why in some places instead of “ja” they say “nu”?
Where do they say that?
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answered Eine Alternative zum Verb “erweitern”
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comment Eine Alternative zum Verb “erweitern”
That wasn't a suggestion, it was a correction...
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comment What is the difference between the words “Ergebnis” and the word “Resultat”?
@Emanuel I'm afraid you're not wrong.
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answered What is the difference between the words “Ergebnis” and the word “Resultat”?
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comment Gender-neutral singular third-person pronoun
So, I would probably go with "es war"
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comment Help with a sentence translation with many prepositions
Ich wäre mit der Aussage "most accurate one" vorsichtig. Aber die Übersetzung finde ich tatsächlich gut.
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comment Gender-neutral singular third-person pronoun
I think you need to add some more context. I guess you're talking about ingame messages? Tell a bit about that game. When and why do these messages appear? What is "they" referring to? An unknown person in the game?
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answered Help with a sentence translation with many prepositions
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reviewed No Action Needed Woher kommt der Ausdruck “rein gar nichts”?