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Jan
27
comment What to say after someone sneezes?
This is correct. The politest thing is to say nothing at all. As a rule of thumb: "Don't comment any sounds of the body".
Jan
24
comment Is “Erkennungsausweis” an actual word in German?
1) There are a lot of "Ausweise" out there. Every 2nd child magazine gives you a new "Agentenausweis" or something like that. So of course a "Marmeladenausweis" would make the most sense in the food industry.. or in some kind of Jam-Fan-Club... but it can make sense. 2) I've almost exclusivly saw the word "identity card" or short ID, in the context of a "Personalausweis".
Jan
24
answered Is “Erkennungsausweis” an actual word in German?
Jan
24
answered Differences between “Klausur”, “Prüfung” and “Examen”
Jan
20
answered “null” (zero) vs. “NULL”
Jan
20
comment How would these two sentences be translated into German?
@BryceAtNetwork23: Yes, it does. But not for an airline ticket, there you use "Flugticket".
Jan
20
comment How would these two sentences be translated into German?
"Flüge in die ganze Welt" for the first sentence and in the last sentence it's "an", not "am". "An all" would sound even better.
Jan
19
comment Is there anything like a dime?
@TimBüthe: I live in Baden-Württemberg and "Zehner" is quite common here. "Zehnerle", too.
Jan
19
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Jan
19
answered Is there anything like a dime?