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Jun
5
revised Preposition/phrase for “to go outside”
typo
Jun
5
revised When to use which preposition with “gehen”? “in” vs “zu”
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Jun
5
reviewed Reviewed Which online course for learning German can you recommend?
Jun
5
revised Which online course for learning German can you recommend?
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Jun
5
reviewed Leave Open Which online course for learning German can you recommend?
Jun
5
reviewed No Action Needed Does the ending “-a(c)ke” lead to a pejorative?
Jun
5
comment “In Kontakt, in Zukunft” without article?
@ThorstenDittmar Not necessarily from right now but soon. Context will clarify.
Jun
4
comment Purpose of “mich” in the following translation
Um... The German sentence is, well, terrible. – Actually, the English one isn't that good, too, is it?
Jun
4
revised Purpose of “mich” in the following translation
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Jun
4
reviewed No Action Needed Doubt about a sentence translation and word order
Jun
4
reviewed Reviewed Programming: Verb for #include, build in Diploma thesis
Jun
4
revised Programming: Verb for #include, build in Diploma thesis
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Jun
4
revised Omit one of double dative case using “und” sentence connection
typo
Jun
4
reviewed Looks OK using “beenden” for “einen Kurs”
Jun
4
reviewed Looks OK “To have a haircut”
Jun
4
comment “To have a haircut”
(a) is fine, too. Although it should be "einen Haarschnitt", actually.
Jun
4
comment Konjunktiv II expressing likelihood vs. expressing unreal event
In English and German, there are even more interpretations than those two. For example, you don't know nothing about whether he's alive or not. You haven't seen him for a while and you're assuming "He could have been killed".
Jun
4
comment using “beenden” for “einen Kurs”
If you'd like to keep this structure, you either take "enden" as suggested by christian.s or you say "wird ... beendet sein" (will be finished).
Jun
4
comment Zugehörigkeit ausdrücken ohne »von«
@christian.s "unser beider" reduziert es zwar auf zwei Personen, aber es ist immer noch nicht klar, wer der zweite Teil ist. Vielleicht hast du auch eine Wohnung zusammen mit deinem besten Freund?
Jun
4
comment Zugehörigkeit ausdrücken ohne »von«
"Eine Umschreibung wie »Das ist die Wohnung in der ich und meine Frau wohnen.« lasse ich als Antwort nicht gelten, weil man eine Wohnung besitzen kann ohne darin zu wohnen." -> Dann halt: "Das ist die Wohnung, die meiner Frau und mir gehört. // die meine Frau und ich besitzen" ;)