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May
29
comment What's the difference between “ausziehen” vs “ablegen”?
So you don't think I could say "Die Bücher können Sie dort ablegen." ? On the other hand you could say "Er zieht das Schwert aus der Scheide." And if I have my coat over my arm I would not understand if I was asked "Möchten Sie Ihren Anzug ausziehen?". On that Question I would probably answer that I already did that. And that whoever asks should be able to see that. If asked "Wollen Sie Ihren Anzug hier ablegen?" on the Other hand I would understand what I have been asked.
May
28
comment Bedeuten “anhören” und “zuhören” dasselbe?
anhören could mean to just endure the talking without actively listening and understanding what was said. zuhören is always listening closely and understanding was was said.
May
28
answered What's the difference between “ausziehen” vs “ablegen”?
Feb
5
comment Need a definition
(Feuer) löschen - to put out; to extinguish (fire) ? It could also be "durst löschen" the result of that is to not be thirsty anymore. Context might really be helpful,..
Feb
5
answered Was ist der Unterschied zwischen “nördlich von” und “im nördlich von”?
Sep
2
answered ich, der ich seit 20 Jahren “meinem Volke” or “seinem Volke” diene? (Questions about pronoun antecedents & relative clause)
Sep
2
comment ich, der ich seit 20 Jahren “meinem Volke” or “seinem Volke” diene? (Questions about pronoun antecedents & relative clause)
Shouldn't it be "meinem Volk"? Why would you use Volke?
Aug
30
comment Why do German speakers often use 'did' in the past when speaking English?
As native German speaker I agree with Em1. "I saw it" needs some getting used to and especially for beginners the "have" is scary.
Apr
29
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Feb
8
answered Difference between “ziemlich” & “ganz”
Feb
8
awarded  Supporter
Jan
31
answered Did the connotation of “emsig” change?
Jan
27
answered “null” (zero) vs. “NULL”
Jan
27
awarded  Teacher
Jan
27
answered What to say after someone sneezes?