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revised How to differentiate between sie (they) and sie (she)?
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answered How to differentiate between sie (they) and sie (she)?
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accepted Woher kommt die Redewendung “Weiß der Geier”?
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accepted What does “Wer nicht lenkt, kommt irgendwo an!” mean?
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comment What does “Wer nicht lenkt, kommt irgendwo an!” mean?
Yes it does, except that in English I think could is preferred with positive anywhere rather than will.
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comment What does “Wer nicht lenkt, kommt irgendwo an!” mean?
It was in an email I was translating. I guessed that it meant something like this but you can't just drop that sub clause in English so I found it a bit confusing.
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asked What does “Wer nicht lenkt, kommt irgendwo an!” mean?
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comment Is there a reason why Germany (Deutschland) is called so many different things in other European languages?
I've read that Russian немец meaning German (and similarly other Slavic languages like Polish) derives from немой meaning mute. It used to mean simply foreigner, but came to mean German. However, Russians call the country itself Германия.
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