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Any man more right than his neighbors constitutes a majority of one.

Henry David Thoreau

Note: I am on a long break from GL&U. I may drop in to fix up some old answer of mine or to respond to a request for clarification.


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revised Eine gute Eselsbrücke für die Wochentage
"mnemonics" is a better category language-wise for this question than "week"
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comment What is “schlagen” slang for?
Youse forgettin da most important of dem all: FERSHLUGINER! A refresher course with Messrs. Drucker, Martin, and Jaffee is indicated, methinks.
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comment How to address more than one person in an E-mail?
Thanks for this insight, @Christian. However, almost by definition a married couple hiring an au pair will have at least one child. Generally most of an au pair's duties will involve looking after the child. So, addressing Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt as "Liebe Familie Schmidt" instead of "Liebe Eheleute Schmidt" is a smart move in more than one sense.
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comment How to address more than one person in an E-mail?
I like your "Familie" better than my "Eheleute".
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comment die Worte vs die Wörter
@MODS: Please consider "protecting" this Q.
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