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May
22
comment Usage and meaning of “aufzeigen”
I agree with chirlu, and "aufzeigen" in the sense of "raising hands" in not specific to Austria.
May
22
comment Einsicht vs Einblick
Dann müsste es aber "Klausureinblick" und nicht "Klausureinsicht" heißen. Ich glaube, es geht noch weit darüber hinaus.
May
22
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May
22
comment Use of ‘und’ in Nebensatz
I'm not fond of dropping "sollen" here. It doesn't sound well.
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22
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May
22
revised What is the difference between “beweisen” and “nachweisen”?
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May
22
comment Difference between “ab nun”, “ab sofort” and “ab jetzt”
In commercial you can find "ab nun erhältlich/verfügbar". I think it is very rare in colloquial German and you would never say "ab nun" as a stand-alone phrase; this is why it sounds odd and unfamiliar to most of us (even in Germany). Anyway, I don't feel that strong that "ab jetzt" roughly means "already since yesterday" and "ab sofort" roughly corresponds to "from this minute". I mean, in colloquial I would rather go with "ab jetzt" at any rate; it doesn't matter if it was true yesterday or just from this very second.
May
22
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May
21
comment Difference between “ab nun”, “ab sofort” and “ab jetzt”
According to Wortschatzportal, the order of frequency is "ab sofort" > "ab jetzt". "Ab nun" has zero entries. My first thought was that "ab nun" is wrong (as @chirlu said, too), but I guess it's just a bit weird because not that common. You find a lot of entries on the Internet, though. Anyway, regarding your question: no difference at all.
May
21
revised Difference between “ab nun”, “ab sofort” and “ab jetzt”
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May
21
comment Where do you place the stress in the word?
Or forvo.com – and it appears to me, that "an" in "angeblich" is stressed in Southern Region.
May
21
comment Usage of wollen; what rules are defining the verbs order
@Jan I'm aware that preterit is even less common in Bavaria, but would you really commonly say "Ich habe ein Kuscheltier haben wollen" or "Ich habe schlafen wollen"? Or would you often rephrase the sentence altogether like: "Ich habe versucht zu schlafen", "Ich habe um ein Kuscheltier gebettelt" or whatever...
May
21
revised What is the difference between “beweisen” and “nachweisen”?
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May
21
answered Usage of wollen; what rules are defining the verbs order
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revised What is the difference between “beweisen” and “nachweisen”?
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May
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answered What is the difference between “beweisen” and “nachweisen”?
May
20
revised Habitual past vs simple past
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May
20
comment Was bedeutet „nichts wie hinterher“?
Your actual question I guess is what's the meaning of "nichts wie". You can say "nichts wie weg", "nichts wie los", "nichts wie hin", "nicht wie raus".
May
20
revised Was bedeutet „nichts wie hinterher“?
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