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Jan
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comment Translation for “Ok, got it!”
@Elisabetta In the context he mentions "if you were looking for something and you've found just it", then you say "OK, I got it" meaning "I found it" -> "OK, ich hab's (gefunden)"
Jan
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revised Difference between “vermuten” and “erraten”
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Jan
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comment Erklärung des Begriffs “freier finaler Infinitiv”
Deine Beispiele sollten in der Form "Ich lebe (zu) arbeiten - Ich lebe (,um zu) arbeiten" um klar zu machen, dass du vermutest, es wäre ursprünglich "Ich lebe arbeiten" gewesen und das "zu" oder "um zu" wäre mit der Zeit hinzugekommen.
Jan
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revised How to say “Sorry, not now, I am too busy”
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comment How to say “Sorry, not now, I am too busy”
Objects (toilet, telephone line, seats) are besetzt*/*occupied.
Jan
28
comment How to say “Sorry, not now, I am too busy”
Yeah, with n, I fixed it.
Jan
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revised How to say “Sorry, not now, I am too busy”
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Jan
28
comment How to say “Sorry that I am late”?
Hab's mit übernommen. Danke. :)
Jan
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revised How to say “Sorry that I am late”?
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revised How to say “Sorry that I am late”?
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Jan
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revised How to say “Sorry that I am late”?
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Jan
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answered How to say “Sorry that I am late”?
Jan
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revised How to say “Sorry that I am late”?
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Jan
28
reviewed Close Erklärung des Begriffs “freier finaler Infinitiv”
Jan
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reviewed Reviewed Is there any difference between “Einkaufszentrum” and “Kaufhaus” ?
Jan
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revised Is there any difference between “Einkaufszentrum” and “Kaufhaus” ?
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revised »Wir würden es dir gesagt haben« vs. »Wir hätten es dir gesagt«
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revised »Wir würden es dir gesagt haben« vs. »Wir hätten es dir gesagt«
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revised Difference between “überfallen” and “attackieren”
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Jan
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comment Difference between “überfallen” and “attackieren”
Überfallen is not necessarily a physical thing. Wiktionary: [3] übertragen: unvorbereitet mit etwas konfrontieren – [4] übertragen: von Gefühlen ergriffen werden