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Dec
12
comment How to translate Perfekt into English
I don't think it's a good question, but I don't think it should be closed either.
Dec
12
reviewed Leave Open How to translate Perfekt into English
Dec
12
reviewed Reviewed Unterschied zwischen “denken” und “sich denken”
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12
revised Unterschied zwischen “denken” und “sich denken”
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Dec
11
revised How to describe the way you are going to talk with someone
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Dec
11
revised How do you communicate in German a continuous action in the past?
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Dec
11
answered How do you communicate in German a continuous action in the past?
Dec
11
comment How do you communicate in German a continuous action in the past?
Apart: Präteritum is not stilted or formal. Präteritum is frequently used for modal verbs: Modal verbs: preterite or perfect?. It's hard to answer the question When to use Perfekt and Präteritum? anyway.
Dec
11
revised How do you communicate in German a continuous action in the past?
typo
Dec
11
comment Übersetzung von “I don't play football”
@Chris Für mich ist auch der Sport "der Fußball". Ich verwende übrigens auch nahezu ausschließlich Variante (b).
Dec
11
answered Übersetzung von “I don't play football”
Dec
11
reviewed Leave Open “Ich habe von Lisa ___, dass du krank bist.”: erfahren/herausgefunden/gelernt/festgestellt
Dec
11
reviewed Close Was bedeutet “das was”?
Dec
11
reviewed No Action Needed Verb inversion with adverbs used at the beginning
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11
reviewed Reopen Is there any difference between “laufen” and “rennen”?
Dec
11
reviewed Looks OK Wann benutzt man “laufen” und wann “rennen”?
Dec
10
comment Was bedeutet “das was”?
Ich bin mir sicher, sie sagte "das war's" und hat das r nur sehr undeutlich ausgesprochen
Dec
10
comment War die Grammatikprüfung von korrekturen.de je brauchbar?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is not about the language, but about a tool. These kind of tools are often imperfect and flawed. Instead of asking here, please report errors to the programmers of that tool.
Dec
10
answered Gegenwort zu “nur”
Dec
9
comment “Seeing something in first person” in German
@Dbugger If that is really your question, the answer is simply: no