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Jun
12
comment When to use 'Ich bin', 'es geht mir', 'Ich habe' and 'mir ist'?
+1 thanks for the info!
Jun
12
comment When to use 'Ich bin', 'es geht mir', 'Ich habe' and 'mir ist'?
Thanks for the answer!
Jun
12
comment When to use 'Ich bin', 'es geht mir', 'Ich habe' and 'mir ist'?
Would it be mir ist heiss?
Jun
8
comment What is the difference between “Wie spät ist es?” and “wie viel Uhr ist es?”
Could you say "wie spät ist es?" even if its the morning?
Jun
3
comment Is there a difference in pronunciation between “ist” and “isst”?
There really isn't an ambiguous situation that could occur where you could mix the 2 up, Er isst pizza when you say this it could sound like He is pizza but from context you can tell the sentence means He eats pizza
Jun
3
comment Wann benutzt man “ob” und wann benutzt man “wenn”?
Danke für deine antwort, die hilfe mir sehr viel!
Jun
2
comment What's the grammatical difference between “trotz” und “trotzdem”?
Thanks for the clarification!
Jun
2
comment What's the grammatical difference between “trotz” und “trotzdem”?
are you suppose to use genitive with trotz?
Mar
12
comment German verbs vs English verbs
Thats a good point, like to play could mean to play a sport but just play could mean 2 different things, it could mean play, as in a play, or play, as in to play.