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Apr
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revised Can the position of “auch” change the meaning of the sentence?
edited body
Apr
7
answered Can the position of “auch” change the meaning of the sentence?
Apr
7
comment Capitalization of number-noun-adjective
Just a hint: "zweiautoslang" reads like "zweiauto-slang". Also read this article on canoo's Blog.
Apr
7
comment German equivalent of “…, though”
@Vogel612 Aber wenigstens ist der Beispielsatz korrekt. ;)
Apr
7
comment German equivalent of “…, though”
@Benubird I feel I misinterpreted your question, as I wasn't aware of this usage of "though". So, if I now get you right, the proper way would be like "(Und das) obwohl das Wetter doch gut ist" or "Dabei ist das Wetter doch gut". I'm not sure if German has a direct equivalent here.
Apr
7
reviewed Close How to say “happy cooperation” in German?
Apr
7
answered German equivalent of “…, though”
Apr
7
revised German equivalent of “…, though”
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Apr
7
revised How to say “now a days…” / “nowadays” in German?
fixed typo
Apr
7
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
7
comment How to say “happy cooperation” in German?
"Ich freue mich/Wir freuen uns auf eine gute Zusammenarbeit."
Apr
5
revised Preposition “in”: what article to use if the following noun is masculine?
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Apr
5
comment Preposition “in”: what article to use if the following noun is masculine?
For what possible reason should the preposition depends on the gender?
Apr
5
reviewed Edit Zeitkonflikt bei Kausalsatz
Apr
5
revised Zeitkonflikt bei Kausalsatz
clarification
Apr
4
reviewed Reject How to say “now a days…” / “nowadays” in German?
Apr
4
comment What does “endgeil” mean in German?
german.stackexchange.com/q/10106/1224 - duden.de/rechtschreibung/endgeil
Apr
4
revised What does “endgeil” mean in German?
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Apr
4
comment What is the etymology of “sau-”?
Aber in sauber steckt doch sau- drin. Just kidding, sorry.
Apr
4
comment What is the etymology of “sau-”?
Saurichtig. Aber mir fehlt noch, warum gerade die Sau – und nicht vielleicht die Kuh, das Pferd, ...?