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reviewed Reject What is the difference in pronounciation of “Nichts” and “Nics”?
Apr
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comment Is “los” really an adjective
@Emanuel Duden listet sehr wohl das Beispiel: "auf dem Fest ist nichts los gewesen", fasst dann aber diese Use Case weiter unten in die Gruppe "Wendungen, Redensarten, Sprichwörter". Duden macht also keine Trennung zwischen "Der Hund ist los." und "Auf der Party ist was los." – Dies ist meiner Ansicht nach ein "Fehler" im Duden, wahrscheinlich aber der Vereinfachung wegen.
Apr
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comment Is “los” really an adjective
In the sense as used in the other question, it's kind of a phrasal verb for me and in that respect I think the answer is wrong. Same is true for, e.g., "weg sein". Can't find any reliable sources for "los sein", though.
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revised Why isn't “gehen” in the sentence?
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revised Difference between “Wertung” and “Auswertung”
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reviewed Leave Closed Why do you say Kennenzulernen?
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reviewed No Action Needed What is wrong with “Ich weiß es nicht mehr genau”?
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reviewed Close General German-English dictionary with Austrian/Swiss words
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revised “Sich an/bei einer Hochschule bewerben” – Wie ist es richtig?
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revised How to make questions in the Present Perfect Tense (Perfekt)?
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comment How to make questions in the Present Perfect Tense (Perfekt)?
A collection of possible question: "Was habe ich gegessen?" – "Wer hat einen Apfel gegessen?" – "Habe ich einen Apfel gegessen?" – "Wer hat was gegessen?" – "Was habe ich getan?"
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revised How to make questions in the Present Perfect Tense (Perfekt)?
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reviewed No Action Needed How to make questions in the Present Perfect Tense (Perfekt)?
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comment Meaning of phrase “Jacke wie Hose”
Similar expressions: "Pott wie Deckel" and "Gehopst wie gesprungen"
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revised Reihenfolge in einem So-Satz
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answered Reihenfolge in einem So-Satz
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reviewed No Action Needed Reihenfolge in einem So-Satz
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reviewed Needs Improvement Explaining the adjective ending in “zum ersten Mal”
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reviewed Satisfactory How to say “Sorry, not now, I am too busy”
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reviewed Satisfactory Meaning of “Einpreßrate” or “Einpreßmenge”