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Mar
4
comment position of “vergessen” in this sentence
@CarstenSchultz Bin mir nicht sicher, inwiefern das jetzt ernst gemeint war, aber wie so häufig: Es ist manchmal zwingend und manchmal nicht und manchmal falsch.
Mar
4
comment position of “vergessen” in this sentence
For clarity you can (but don't need to) put a comma between "vergessen" and "meine". "meine Zähne zu putzen" is a infintive clause: "Ich habe vergessen, meine Zähne zu putzen" This is equal to a simple dass-clause: "Ich habe vergessen, dass ich meine Zähne putzen muss" – What I'm saying. The word order didn't change... It's just a clause that is "attached"
Mar
2
reviewed Reviewed Why “wir beiden” instead of “wir beide”?
Mar
2
revised Why “wir beiden” instead of “wir beide”?
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Mar
2
reviewed No Action Needed Why Berliner Sparkasse?
Feb
28
comment The Reflexive Pronouns versus personal pronouns
@renegade05 Same as the "normal" genitive. However, I'm not sure about first and second person plural. I can't say if it would be "unser" or "unserer". Both sounds odd, basically because it's not used.
Feb
26
reviewed No Action Needed Is Either “Im Morgen” or “Am Morgen” More Correct in German?
Feb
26
reviewed No Action Needed Was ist die korrekte Anrede in E-Mails an Personen, die man nicht persönlich kennt?
Feb
26
comment Kasus nach „plus” and „minus” und „±“ . Which case should go after „plus”, „minus” and „±“?
"Ich würde einen Monat plus minus einen Tag da bleiben". – "Nach einem Monat plus minus einem Tag solltest du abreisen."
Feb
26
comment Kasus nach „plus” and „minus” und „±“ . Which case should go after „plus”, „minus” and „±“?
"...besteht aus 6 Spieler plus einem Torwart" – "Das Team stellt 6 Spieler plus einen Torwart" – "6 Spieler plus ein Torwart machen ein Team" – Mir fällt jetzt nichts mit Genitiv ein, und bin zu faul zum Googlen.
Feb
26
comment When do we use prepositions “in der” and “in dem”?
canoo.net/services/OnlineGrammar/Wort/Praeposition/Kasus/…
Feb
26
reviewed Edit When do we use prepositions “in der” and “in dem”?
Feb
26
revised When do we use prepositions “in der” and “in dem”?
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Feb
26
revised The Reflexive Pronouns versus personal pronouns
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Feb
26
answered The Reflexive Pronouns versus personal pronouns
Feb
26
revised The Reflexive Pronouns versus personal pronouns
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Feb
26
revised Grammatical cases in “Wie geht es dir?”
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Feb
26
comment Grammatical cases in “Wie geht es dir?”
@renegade05 "Wie kommst/gehst/fährst du dahin?"
Feb
26
answered Grammatical cases in “Wie geht es dir?”
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26
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