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Apr
27
comment Difference between “etwas besprechen” and “sich über etwas besprechen”?
"sich mit jemandem besprechen" is absolutely fine, e.g. "Ich bespreche mich mit meinen Kollegen."
Apr
27
comment Differences between “vorgehen” and “vorangehen” in the sense of “move forward”
Are you aware that "vorangehen" has more meanings, besides the one you mentioned? In fact, same is true for vorgehen.
Apr
27
revised Differences between “vorgehen” and “vorangehen” in the sense of “move forward”
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Apr
27
comment How can I distinguish the short sounds [​ɪ] and [e]?
Yes, I do think these sounds are distinguishable. You should even hear a clear difference between E and I in "Mechanik".
Apr
27
reviewed No Action Needed Was ist der Unterschied zwischen „Ankleiden“ and „Bekleiden“?
Apr
27
comment How can I distinguish the short sounds [​ɪ] and [e]?
Messer is yet another pronunciation, namely /ɛ/, often similar or identical to "ä", which is yet another letter. How is this useful?
Apr
27
comment How can I distinguish the short sounds [​ɪ] and [e]?
I in ich and E in Mechanik sound very different. What's the question exactly?
Apr
27
revised How can I distinguish the short sounds [​ɪ] and [e]?
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Apr
27
reviewed Close Equivalent of the Austrian “bedingt” and “unbedingt” to English law
Apr
27
reviewed Reviewed Using of “with whom” in German
Apr
27
revised Using of “with whom” in German
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Apr
27
revised What's the difference between “streiten” and “sich streiten”?
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Apr
27
reviewed Looks OK Usage of “sich zu etwas melden” and “sich für etwas melden” in the sense of “volunteering”?
Apr
27
revised Using of “with whom” in German
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Apr
27
revised Equivalent of the Austrian “bedingt” and “unbedingt” to English law
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Apr
27
revised What's the difference between “streiten” and “sich streiten”?
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Apr
27
revised Usage of “sich zu etwas melden” and “sich für etwas melden” in the sense of “volunteering”?
deleted 23 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Apr
27
reviewed Close “Dankeschön” or “Danke schön”?
Apr
26
reviewed Close Difference between “auf Kosten anderer” and “auf Kosten von anderen”
Apr
26
comment Help with using “only” in the context of temperature
There are several questions. It's interesting that the the first part of the body doesn't fit your title. The "real question" is a translation request. This is really on the verge of off-topic. At least you've provided an own attempt (if incomplete). For future questions, stay to one topic per question.