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May
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asked What movies are good for learners who want to improve their grammar and vocabulary?
May
25
comment Good online resources for improving German over Summer Vacation?
You do need to find someone to be at the other end of the call though ;-)
May
25
answered Good online resources for improving German over Summer Vacation?
May
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comment Good online resources for improving German over Summer Vacation?
Are using the babbel website? I've been using the babbel iPhone app which seems to be good for developing vocab around specific topics.
May
25
awarded  Scholar
May
25
accepted What is the correct way to denote a quotation in German?
May
25
comment What is the correct way to denote a quotation in German?
@Alenanno Double quotes are considered standard english, although single quotes would be understood. The single quote is tends be used if you quoting a quote, eg he said "the newspaper claimed 'the sky is blue.' "
May
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awarded  Nice Answer
May
25
revised Gibt es andere übliche Märchenbeginnformeln neben “es war einmal”?
added translation.
May
24
awarded  Editor
May
24
revised What is the correct way to denote a quotation in German?
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May
24
comment What is the German equivalent of “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.”?
It does, I was just curious is there was a phrase containing these characters that is regularly used in German speaking countries when looking at a font selection.
May
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May
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asked What is the correct way to denote a quotation in German?
May
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suggested approved edit on Gibt es andere übliche Märchenbeginnformeln neben “es war einmal”?
May
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comment What is the German equivalent of “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.”?
That phrase doesn't have a ß which you would probably want if using it to assess a font.
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May
24
answered How can a native English speaker know when it is appropriate to use the polite (Sie) or the familiar (Du)?