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Aug
18
revised Does “schwarzl” also mean black?
I noticed that -l, especially in italics, isn't very readable. Changed it for clarity.
Aug
18
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Aug
18
comment What are examples of grammatical mistakes that native Germans make?
This question is close to another question recently asked. It just approaches the thing from the opposite direction. Even answers are the same (weil ich bin; die Person, wo). I don't really consider both as mistakes. There's a difference between standard German and what people talk (keywords colloquial, dialect). Its[sic] wrong in your dissertation, but not in casual conversation.
Aug
18
reviewed Leave Open What are examples of grammatical mistakes that native Germans make?
Aug
16
revised »Anfangs« oder »Zuerst«?
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Aug
16
answered »Anfangs« oder »Zuerst«?
Aug
16
comment Translation of „Lieber mit einer Flamme im Bett, als mit einer Leuchte am Schreibtisch.“
English "flame" does connote the same thing as German "Flame". Though, it's difficult to find a good word for "Leuchte".
Aug
15
comment Translation of „Lieber mit einer Flamme im Bett, als mit einer Leuchte am Schreibtisch.“
@guidot "flame" indeed covers that meaning; cf. for example Merriam Webster's Learners Dictionary
Aug
15
reviewed Looks OK How do I ask for my coffee “for here”?
Aug
15
revised -isator versus -isierer
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Aug
15
answered -isator versus -isierer
Aug
15
reviewed No Action Needed to subject to severe and persistent cross-examination or questioning
Aug
15
reviewed No Action Needed How do you say “I am almost # (age)” in German?
Aug
15
reviewed No Action Needed How do I ask for my coffee “for here”?
Aug
15
reviewed Looks OK Gibt es das Wort Mülltasche?
Aug
14
reviewed Looks OK How can “Constitution Council” be translated?
Aug
14
comment How to get from the diminutive form to the root word (from Häuschen to Haus), and back?
Ja, es funktioniert nicht für "Mädchen", aber das Wort hat eh schon längst seine eigene Definition und die Herleitung ist den wenigsten bekannt. – Für jegliche 'Verniedlichungen' wie "Häuschen", "Gärtchen" usw. passt die Regel. +1 dafür.
Aug
13
reviewed Approve Resources for learning German
Aug
13
reviewed Leave Closed Liste mit “Denk-Verben”
Aug
13
comment keiner/jeder vs niemand/alle
"noone" does not really exist – well, almost not