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I am a software engineer who is interested in improving his languages skills :)


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reviewed No Action Needed Can Rechnungswesen be used as translation of Computer Science?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on German counterpart of Reddit
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revised “I am going to take a shower”
added 10 characters in body
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reviewed Reviewed In oder im Lotto gewinnen?
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reviewed Leave Open Woher kommt das Wort “Purzelbaum”?
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answered Why “meinem” is used in “Er glaubt meinem Kind”?
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comment Why “meinem” is used in “Er glaubt meinem Kind”?
OP already used "possessive pronoun" as tag, "suggested" dative himself. The only information you added is wrong, because "Kind" is neuter, not masculine. And you didn't say why; which is the actual question.
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revised Why “meinem” is used in “Er glaubt meinem Kind”?
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reviewed Reviewed Why “meinem” is used in “Er glaubt meinem Kind”?
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revised Why “meinem” is used in “Er glaubt meinem Kind”?
deleted 2 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
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reviewed No Action Needed Usage of 'leid sein'
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reviewed Leave Open Where to read German essays online?
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reviewed Looks OK Where to read German essays online?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on What is the etymology of “Strauß”?
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comment How do I use the verb(s) fallen lassen (“to drop”) in the informal singular imperative?
@guidot Fair enough, still no omission.
Jul
11
comment How do I use the verb(s) fallen lassen (“to drop”) in the informal singular imperative?
@guidot That would be wrong, because there's no omission. It's the imperative form of lassen, which is just lass!
Jul
10
comment Woher kommt die “goldene Ananas”?
Vielleicht mag c.p. uns ja mal erzählen, was er unter dem Stichwort "La Piña De Oro" findet...
Jul
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reviewed No Action Needed Warum spricht man von Alt-/Mittelhochdeutsch?
Jul
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on In a subordinate clause, where should “nicht” and the adverb be placed?
Jul
9
reviewed No Action Needed Meaning of German verb “anflicken”