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I am a software engineer who is interested in improving his languages skills :)


Nov
11
comment Sprachlicher Vergleich
Das ist falsches 'schlechtes Deutsch'. In richtigem 'schlechten Deutsch' spricht man von: halber Preis als wie XYZ - doppelte Leistung als wie XYZ
Nov
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Consecutio temporum in German prepositions
Nov
8
comment How do you say ' to be good at something' in German?
@Takkat We say both: "Sie ist gut in Mathe, aber kann nicht kochen." is fine. Though, "Sie kann Mathe, aber ist nicht gut im Kochen" might be a little odd.
Nov
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revised How do you say ' to be good at something' in German?
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Nov
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revised How do you say ' to be good at something' in German?
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Nov
7
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Consecutio temporum in German prepositions
Nov
6
revised Consecutio temporum in German prepositions
typo
Nov
6
revised Having trouble with reflexive verbs
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Nov
6
revised “Sich handeln um” and “handeln von”
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Nov
6
comment How do you say Jinx?
@unor Hahaha. Good catch. I haven't heard that term either.
Nov
6
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Nov
6
reviewed Close How can I find out what is written on an image of the Spiezer chronicle?
Nov
5
comment Reflexive “treffen” when planning to meet someone?
@Kevin I guess "opposed to" refers to "planning". So, he's asking for what to say when you intentionally meet someone.
Nov
4
comment Difference between “euch” and “du”? And some insight into words like “Spiel”?
"Essen essen" -> Eat food.
Nov
4
reviewed Leave Open Difference between “euch” and “du”? And some insight into words like “Spiel”?
Nov
4
reviewed Leave Open Richtungen und Ziele: Wir fahren “nach / in / zu / an” [Artikel] XYZ?
Nov
4
comment Subsets of words inheriting genders from an (implicit) set
Btw. Ich musste gerade mal nachschlagen, was "Hund" mit "Meute" zutun hat. Ich kenne es nur im übertragenen Sinne einer großen Menschenmenge. Aber wenn schon - ohne es nachgeschaut zu haben, bin ich mir sicher, dass das Wort "Meute" jünger ist als das Wort "Hund".
Nov
4
comment Subsets of words inheriting genders from an (implicit) set
Das Schriftzeichen A, Das Symbol A. Und Pi ist für mich erstmal auch keine Zahl, sondern eine Konstante; und letztlich auch wieder nur ein Symbol. Und fragst du die Griechen ist es wiederum ein Buchstabe, bzw. Schriftzeichen oder Symbol. ;)
Nov
1
revised Über die Silbenmessung eines Gedichtes: Vokale
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Nov
1
comment How do you say Jinx?
A friend of mine and I, we used to count how often that happens; but other than that...um, well nothing more. - But I remember there was a game where you had to trick people so that they look into, um the rounded opening when you put index and thumb together. Quite stupid that game but if someone did so, he got beaten on the shoulder - similar to what's been described in your link. However, I cannot remember what you said.. I guess something like "Haha, du hast reingeguckt" or such a thing maybe?! Do other remember that game? Does that have a name, or was it only a stupid idea of my classmates