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Jul
26
comment Use of the word “had” more than once in a statement in the German language
It's the same as English "had had". But what's your question?
Jul
26
reviewed No Action Needed German Equivalent of “Time Sensitivity”
Jul
26
comment What are the resources to learn to pronouce words the right way?
@MathsLover I guess you hear a different recording. There are sometimes more than 1 recording. As you see in the screenshot, you can choose between which recording you want to listen to.
Jul
25
reviewed Reviewed Need help deciphering writing on old headstone
Jul
25
reviewed Reviewed Need help deciphering writing on old headstone
Jul
25
reviewed Approve Verb for denoting location
Jul
25
answered (ein) flüssiges Deutsch / Englisch usw.
Jul
25
reviewed Close Using “Ihr” as a formal singular “you”
Jul
24
reviewed No Action Needed Bedienungsanleitung – Alternative zur Überschrift »Für Eilige«
Jul
24
comment relative clauses and relative pronouns
What makes you believe that "den" is the relative pronoun. "den" is already in your original sentence "Mein Hund hat den Briefträger gebissen". The only thing which changed is that you replaced "Mein Hund" with "der", so obviously "der" must be the relative pronoun.
Jul
24
revised relative clauses and relative pronouns
deleted 11 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Jul
24
comment What are the resources to learn to pronouce words the right way?
Don't know the pronunciation from Pimsleur, but I'm pretty sure that it's fine. Can you provide an audio example? Google Translate pronunciation is OK, but not what I'd recommend.
Jul
24
reviewed Reviewed What are the resources to learn to pronouce words the right way?
Jul
24
revised What are the resources to learn to pronouce words the right way?
added 49 characters in body; edited title
Jul
24
reviewed No Action Needed Best German expression for being metaphorically “rusty”
Jul
24
comment What is the difference between “das Ergebnis” and “die Folge”?
Good catch. "Folge" indeed seems to be mainly used for negative consequences (so does the English word, too?). It's worth noting, however, that the verb "folgen" and the adverbs "folglich" and "infolgedessen" are not restricted to negative statements.
Jul
24
reviewed No Action Needed Site to talk with people from German speaking areas
Jul
24
revised Bedienungsanleitung – Alternative zur Überschrift »Für Eilige«
man kann die 30 Characters auch anders füllen....
Jul
24
reviewed Leave Open Is 30-60 minutes per day enough to get fluent in eight months?
Jul
24
reviewed No Action Needed Schlussformel für Beschwerdebrief?