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comment Unterschied zwischen schriftlichen Abschiedsformeln
that's the less formal part. For more formal see ApoY2k's answer ^^
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answered Unterschied zwischen schriftlichen Abschiedsformeln
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comment Schibboleths für verschiedene norddeutsche Regionen?
das stimmt, viele Norddeutsche nutzen "st" wie im Englischen...
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answered What are informal ways to say “good bye”?
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comment Why do we have two equally used terms for “toe”?
Interesting! Beware that "Zehe" is used for garlic pieces (as splattne mentioned already), so you might get some laughs in the north for "Zehe". Also, I've never heard "Meine große Zehe" for "Mein großer Zeh", while "Meine kleine Zehe" sounds fine to me. Don't come from the south, though.
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comment resent the implication
Brilliant. This really is a slap in the face, but it's polite enough to silence your opponent. :)
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comment In what context do we write “Guten Tag” rather than “Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren”?
I find "Guten Tag..." a very elegant solution for private, but formal Emails (like asking for support online).
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comment Was ist die korrekte Anrede in E-Mails an Personen, die man nicht persönlich kennt?
Also see: german.stackexchange.com/questions/25/…
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answered Was ist die korrekte Anrede in E-Mails an Personen, die man nicht persönlich kennt?
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answered Is there a German word to describe sentence parts which are delimited by commas?
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comment Wie kann man 気持ちいい am besten auf Deutsch ausdrücken?
Bei Pullover muss ich sofort an "kuschelig" denken. Das Konzept von kimochi ii Wetter gibt es glaub ich gar nicht in Deutschland, daher kann man das wohl wirklich nur mit "angenehm" wiedergeben.
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comment Wie kann man 気持ちいい am besten auf Deutsch ausdrücken?
+1 für "Wohlfühlmassage", obwohl das schon ganz schön hartes Werbedeutsch ist. ;-) "Wohlfühlpullover" klingt noch okay, aber "Wohlfühlwetter" geht gar nicht.
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comment Was ist das Partizip Perfekt eines englischen Lehnwortes wie “booten”?
+1. Allerdings sieht "gebootet" für mich weniger komisch aus als "geadded". Aber sicherlich ist in der Schriftsprache "hochgefahren" und "hinzugefügt" besser. ;-)
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comment Polite alternatives to “Grüß Gott”?
Correct, Servus is rather the alternative to "Hallo". If you want to stay on the same level as "Grüß Gott", I guess there is really only "Guten Tag" left.
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answered Polite alternatives to “Grüß Gott”?