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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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May
25
awarded  Yearling
May
12
answered “Film” verhält sich zu “Verfilmung” wie “Computerspiel” zu..?
Mar
13
revised What is the meaning of 'zu' in this sentence?
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Mar
2
comment How to say “please do not slam the door” in German?
You should provide the context for this sentence. The two current answers are both correct but j0chn's is better if you talk to someone and knut's is better for a sign to be put on a door.
Feb
26
answered Legal firstname, legal lastname in german?
Feb
15
comment der, die oder das Dock (quick launch bar)?
Nur fast? Was spricht dagegen?
Feb
10
comment Are there any German Internet slang acronyms like “LOL”?
@Vogel612: Whooooooosh.
Jan
12
answered Wie heißt das literarische Mittel: Ein Objekt wird dauernd erwähnt, taucht aber nicht auf
Jan
8
answered Bedeutung von “menscheln”
Oct
24
comment Ist “exorbitant” heute noch gebräuchlich?
@Em1 Einfach mal ausrechnen. 1800 ist übertrieben 200 mal häufiger als exorbitant. 2000 nur noch 17 mal. Absolut gesehen "schrabben" schrabben alle Werte kurz über der 0%-Marke.
Oct
23
comment Ist “exorbitant” heute noch gebräuchlich?
@Em1 Eigentor? Die Relation zeigt doch, dass exorbitant vor 200 Jahren viel ungebräuchlicher war als gewaltig und übertrieben und heute regelrecht boomt. (Ausgegangen davon, dass Ngram repräsentativ über alle Epochen ist.)
Oct
20
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
12
comment What does “laufen” mean other than walking and running?
You fine sir get a trust point from me. To improve your trustiness you know. May it help all trusting questioners.
Oct
5
revised Use of Konjunktiv II: Why “Ich wünschte”, not “ich wünsche”? Compare “I wish” in English!
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Oct
2
comment Expressions to congratulate on October the 3rd (Day of German Unity)
No, it's not. It's not your fault that someone chose to miss the opportunity to gain rep.
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Aug
12
comment Why are German numbers backwards?
By the way in older English books you'll find the numbers written the other way around, too (e.g. four and twenty). At least for certain ranges...
Jul
11
awarded  Enlightened
Jul
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
6
comment Translation of “gut x kilometer”
@celtschk: Yeah, I know. It's just something that I apparently mistook my whole life.