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Sep
29
reviewed No Action Needed Sollte 112 als hundertzwölf, hundertundzwölf, einhundertzwölf oder einhundertundzwölf geschrieben werden?
Sep
28
reviewed Satisfactory Translation of „Lieber mit einer Flamme im Bett, als mit einer Leuchte am Schreibtisch.“
Sep
28
reviewed Satisfactory Does the verb “möchten” exist?
Sep
28
reviewed Satisfactory Difference between “häufig”, “gewöhnlich” and “üblich”
Sep
28
reviewed Excellent Trennt man “die man schläft” mit Kommas/Beistrichen ab?
Sep
28
reviewed Needs Improvement “Jetzt dreht der Trainer am ganz großen Rad”
Sep
28
reviewed Needs Improvement German weasel words
Sep
28
reviewed Needs Improvement “einmal in der Woche” vs. “einmal die Woche”
Sep
28
reviewed Satisfactory Besser als meines – why “meines”?
Sep
28
reviewed Excellent How do I ask for my coffee “for here”?
Sep
28
reviewed Excellent Why is it “sponsern” and not “sponsorn”?
Sep
26
reviewed No Action Needed Zu machen vs. gemacht
Sep
26
reviewed No Action Needed Trying to parse the phrase “Der Hamburger Hafen”
Sep
25
reviewed No Action Needed Trying to parse the phrase “Der Hamburger Hafen”
Sep
24
reviewed Approve Is “es gibt” not used as often as the English “there is”?
Sep
24
comment When does “war” change to “wäre gewesen” rather than just “wäre” in the conditional?
Apart: for the present tense, your first sentence would be correct if it reads "Wenn sie gesund wäre, bräuchte sie die Ärztin nicht" or "..., würde sie die Ärztin nicht brauchen"
Sep
24
comment Is “es gibt” not used as often as the English “there is”?
How often do you use "there is"? – I don't think that there's objective analysis done.
Sep
24
comment Difference between “umgezogen” and “verzogen”
Nice collection. I doubt that any questions about ziehen are left over. Some further, just for reference: herziehen, zusammenziehen. Different: vorziehen.
Sep
23
answered Difference between “umgezogen” and “verzogen”
Sep
23
comment When article can be left out for countable nouns
In that case "Aufgabe" is not really something countable. It's kind of generic term; and it rather applies to "duty" than to "task". For that reason, no article.