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Jun
22
comment Are there adjectives or adjectival phrases which may precede an indefinite article?
many a == manch ein
Jun
22
reviewed Close Welche Argumente gibt es, Numeralia zu den Artikeln zu zählen? Sind sie syntaktisch ähnlich wie Demonstrativpronomina?
Jun
22
reviewed Leave Closed Unterschied zwischen “deshalb” und “deswegen”
Jun
22
revised “Vorname Name” oder “Name, Vorname” auf Visitenkarten
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Jun
22
comment Unterschied zwischen “sofort” und “sogleich”
"Veraltend" ist es, wenn es nur noch meine Oma verwendet, "veraltet" ist es, wenn es niemand mehr verwendet. ;)
Jun
21
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Jun
19
revised Exact meaning of present perfect in German
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Jun
16
comment Meines wissens vs meinet wissens
Agree, the third one is much more relevant and indeed, I wouldn't say "neuet".
Jun
16
comment Meines wissens vs meinet wissens
I don't think you can conclude that "meinet" is said where people say "wat". I am from cologne and I say "wat", but OP's sentence sounds odd to me. I can't quite think of anything off the top of my head where I would say "meinet", except for "meinetwegen".
Jun
16
revised Die Bedeutung von »Sauerei« und »Schweinerei«
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Jun
16
comment Die Bedeutung von »Sauerei« und »Schweinerei«
"Lust auf ein paar Schweinereien?" -> Ich dachte immer, es ginge hierbei um das "Was". – Oder mit anderen Worten: I'm afraid I don't agree.
Jun
16
comment Can the polite form ‘wie geht es Ihnen’ be shortened to ‘wie geht’s’?
@Takkat Never happened to me. Either I happen to know a doctor personally, then we "duzen" each other anyway. When I see a doctor very rarely or for the first time, we both stick with "Sie" and actually they would NEVER ask "Wie geht's" but rather something along "Wie kann ich Ihnen helfen?". They're not interested in "how I am". They want to get straight to the reason I'm there. Finally, there are doctors I see more regularly but I don't know them personally. There it depends on the doctor but they either say "du" or "sie" but not a Mischmasch.
Jun
16
answered Can the polite form ‘wie geht es Ihnen’ be shortened to ‘wie geht’s’?
Jun
16
reviewed Reopen Unterschied zwischen »zanken« und »streiten«
Jun
16
reviewed Close Difference between “sprechen”, “sagen”, “reden”
Jun
15
comment Difference between “Boden” and “Erde”
"Ein nährhafter Boden" refers to "soil" and the English word "ground" can mean "soil", too. I don't think your answer does cover this.
Jun
15
revised Difference between “Boden” and “Erde”
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Jun
15
comment Most quick way to read paper written in Geman
What do you mean by "more efficiently"? I mean, either you speak German or you don't. If you don't, that's what I conclude from your question, you will need to either learn German or find a translation/translator.
Jun
15
reviewed No Action Needed Most quick way to read paper written in Geman
Jun
15
reviewed Delete Meines wissens vs meinet wissens