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May
26
revised Ist „Mittagessen haben“ richtig?
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May
25
reviewed Close What rules should one follow building German sentences?
May
25
reviewed Close Meaning of Mehrfamilienhaus
May
25
reviewed Close Die Deklination des Adjektives nach dem Pronomen
May
22
revised How should I say “the most important”?
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May
22
reviewed No Action Needed How should I say “the most important”?
May
22
comment “You got to be kidding me!” in German?
"Das ist doch nicht dein Ernst?" – de.pons.com/…
May
22
revised In Anspruch nehmen oder in Gebrauch nehmen
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May
22
revised In Anspruch nehmen oder in Gebrauch nehmen
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May
22
revised Difference between “großziehen” and “aufwachsen”
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May
22
revised Difference between “großziehen” and “aufwachsen”
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May
22
comment Usage and meaning of “aufzeigen”
I agree with chirlu, and "aufzeigen" in the sense of "raising hands" in not specific to Austria.
May
22
comment Einsicht vs Einblick
Dann müsste es aber "Klausureinblick" und nicht "Klausureinsicht" heißen. Ich glaube, es geht noch weit darüber hinaus.
May
22
revised Use of ‘und’ in Nebensatz
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May
22
comment Use of ‘und’ in Nebensatz
I'm not fond of dropping "sollen" here. It doesn't sound well.
May
22
revised Use of ‘und’ in Nebensatz
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May
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revised Use of ‘und’ in Nebensatz
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May
22
revised What is the difference between “beweisen” and “nachweisen”?
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May
22
comment Difference between “ab nun”, “ab sofort” and “ab jetzt”
In commercial you can find "ab nun erhältlich/verfügbar". I think it is very rare in colloquial German and you would never say "ab nun" as a stand-alone phrase; this is why it sounds odd and unfamiliar to most of us (even in Germany). Anyway, I don't feel that strong that "ab jetzt" roughly means "already since yesterday" and "ab sofort" roughly corresponds to "from this minute". I mean, in colloquial I would rather go with "ab jetzt" at any rate; it doesn't matter if it was true yesterday or just from this very second.
May
22
revised Difference between “ab nun”, “ab sofort” and “ab jetzt”
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