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Jul
23
revised Difference between “einschätzen” and “abschätzen”?
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Jul
23
revised Difference between “einschätzen” and “abschätzen”?
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Jul
22
revised What means my car's displayed diagnosis “KÜHLMITTLE NIEDR MOTOR ABSTELLEN”?
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Jul
22
reviewed Delete Is low German (Niederdeutsch) a completely different language?
Jul
22
reviewed Close Welche Bedeutung haben die Farben in dieser Karte?
Jul
22
reviewed Leave Open Artikel in »Die Augustiner-Bräu«
Jul
22
comment Was ist der Unterschied zwischen „vorliegen“, „geben“ und „bestehen“ im Sinne von „existieren“?
Ich hab daraus mal einen vollständigen Satz gemacht, dann ist es etwas weniger abstrakt. Falls dir das nicht zusagt, kannst du die Änderung gerne rückgängig machen.
Jul
22
revised Was ist der Unterschied zwischen „vorliegen“, „geben“ und „bestehen“ im Sinne von „existieren“?
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Jul
22
revised Artikel in »Die Augustiner-Bräu«
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Jul
22
comment Das geht aber nicht!
"gehen" has many meanings, not all of them relate to walking. For instance, in "Wie geht's dir" it's not about walking either. Same is true for its counterparts in other languages.
Jul
21
comment How to say “I don't even want to bother with it”?
@DerPolyglott33 Regarding your edit: It's correct to say to "get on somebody's nerves", with plural.
Jul
21
comment How to say “I don't even want to bother with it”?
I agree with @O.R.Mapper. But since the question has been updated, it's worth amending the answer anyway. I think it make sense to remove most of it and instead refer to the example that was added to the question.
Jul
21
revised How to say “I don't even want to bother with it”?
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Jul
21
comment How to say “I don't even want to bother with it”?
Your first sentence... Not sure what you want to convey, but it doesn't do you a world of good. It sounds like: "I don't want to put any effort into this, so I quickly made something up and posted it here and you guys can now help me get this right". Perhaps, you should remove the part before your example altogether.
Jul
21
revised How to say “I don't even want to bother with it”?
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Jul
21
revised “Obst”, “Frucht”, “Früchte” – when to use which?
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Jul
21
comment “Obst”, “Frucht”, “Früchte” – when to use which?
After all, I can agree with your answer now.
Jul
21
comment “Obst”, “Frucht”, “Früchte” – when to use which?
Well, looking up "to cook", the important thing is that you heat the food. According to that definition, preparing a "Obstkuchen" could be considered cooking but I doubt that baking a cake is considered cooking by anyone. The "Obstsalat", however, is definitely not part of cooking. In conclusion, I still go with my point that "Obst" is not used for cooking.
Jul
21
comment “Obst”, “Frucht”, “Früchte” – when to use which?
What do you mean when you say "Obst refers more to cookin"? I don't use "Obst" for cooking. Do you confuse it with "Gemüse"?
Jul
21
revised Does German differentiate between a “pomelo” and a “grapefruit”?
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