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It's musiKk (6D, 75, 73, 69, 4B, 6B). Not music, musik, musick, musikK, musikk, musickk, etc...

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comment Articles in real life
Great. I didn't think of toponyms.
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answered Articles in real life
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comment Is there a rule that dictates whether to use the eszett (scharfes S) or double s?
@ladybug: Maybe I should remove this part of my answer. (It wasn't asked anyway.) I learned it like that in school but obviously it doesn't really hold water.
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comment Is there a rule that dictates whether to use the eszett (scharfes S) or double s?
@ladybug: True. This is one of those exceptions. Though the general rules don't apply to Erlebnis either. According to them it should be written Erlebniss because the vowel is short.
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comment Was ist die korrekte Anrede in E-Mails an Personen, die man nicht persönlich kennt?
Naja, wenn wir davon ausgehen, dass sich Sitten in solch neuen Medien durch Gebrauch definieren (zumindest weiß ich wie Du von keiner zentralen Festlegung), dann ist das sehr wohl ein guter Indikator. Die Bemerkung war übrigens als Kommentar ganz gut aufgehoben. Schließlich beantwortet sie die Frage nicht, sondern stellt Antworten infrage.
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comment Was ist die korrekte Anrede in E-Mails an Personen, die man nicht persönlich kennt?
Dann eben hier. ;) "Wenn ich nach brief email etikette google, finde ich sehr viele Belege dafür."
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comment Is there a rule that dictates whether to use the eszett (scharfes S) or double s?
@ladybug: Yes, this is not easy. But in my opinion it's not irregular. For example ss is always pronounced unvoiced. If you force yourself to pronounce e.g. besser voiced, you'll notice how silly it sounds. Of course with s/ß the difference is more subtle but imho it's perfectly there.
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answered Is there a rule that dictates whether to use the eszett (scharfes S) or double s?
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comment When to use Perfekt and Präteritum?
But why? I completely agree but I can't explain it. Does it have to do with duration?
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comment Is it still good form to use a capital D for Du or Dir in a letter?
@downvoter: Anything I can do to improve my answer?
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comment What are informal ways to say “good bye”?
@Stefano: I'd say so too but I heard it a few times in a generic way.
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answered Why do we have two equally used terms for “toe”?
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answered What are informal ways to say “good bye”?
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answered Is it still good form to use a capital D for Du or Dir in a letter?
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answered How can a native English speaker know when it is appropriate to use the polite (Sie) or the familiar (Du)?
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