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Apr
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comment What does Ugs. mean?
Voting for close for the exact reason that every dictionary has a list of all abbreviations that they make use of.
Apr
10
revised Negative Antwort mit positiver Alternative geben
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Apr
10
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Apr
10
revised Meaning of “Es handelt sich nicht”
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Apr
10
revised Which sentence is correct, the one with “als dem” or “als von dem” and what is the function of “dem” grammatically?
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Apr
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revised Which sentence is correct, the one with “als dem” or “als von dem” and what is the function of “dem” grammatically?
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Apr
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Apr
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Apr
9
comment Warum heißt es in der Lutherbibel »antworten und sprechen«?
Wie würdest du denn "Und Gott sprach" auffassen? Ich könnte wetten, ich habe Gott noch nie reden gehört. Engel genau genommen auch nicht...
Apr
9
revised “hat arbeitet müssen” or “hat arbeiten müssen”?
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Apr
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awarded  Enlightened
Apr
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Apr
8
revised Difference between “wegfahren”, “fortfahren”, “losfahren” and “abfahren”
typo
Apr
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revised Difference between “wegfahren”, “fortfahren”, “losfahren” and “abfahren”
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Apr
7
comment Link of two “Nebensätze” with “damit”
@Jan Since Ingmar changed the word order, it's not that obvious, but basically the "die" was removed. I wouldn't want to edit again.
Apr
6
comment Link of two “Nebensätze” with “damit”
I rolled back to the previous version, since the issues that were fixed by the last improvement conflict were addressed by the answer.
Apr
6
revised Link of two “Nebensätze” with “damit”
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Apr
6
reviewed Reviewed Übersetzung von “more money than when …”
Apr
6
comment Übersetzung von “more money than when …”
No, these are not the right sentences, because they say the opposite thing. Your sentences' meaning is: "I had more money at the time when I started working than now." And actually, there's no difference between your two sentences. And finally both sentences sound pretty much unidiomatic.
Apr
6
reviewed No Action Needed Link of two “Nebensätze” with “damit”