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bio website mymastery.org
location Austria
age 39
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seen Mar 22 at 9:37

Journalist and Webdesigner, started to learn Ruby and some Java


Mar
22
comment Unterschiede zwischen „Scheiße“ und „Scheiß“
Ersteres ist eine Substanz, letzteres ein Attribut.
Mar
12
answered Preisrichtertätigkeit
Mar
11
answered Word order of “Glücklicherweise hat mich jemand herein gelassen”
May
11
awarded  Yearling
Aug
31
answered Struggling with case concept (the entire concept)
Aug
28
answered How do I reply to an email using salutation if a gender is unknown?
Aug
26
comment Why are German numbers backwards?
I saw that several times in novels by Charles Dickens
Aug
26
answered Polite alternatives to “Grüß Gott”?
Jul
24
awarded  Commentator
Jul
24
comment Why it is “Eines Tages” and not simply “ein Tag”?
An example: Question: "Where is he?" Answer: "In his room", not just "His room" - which would be the answer to "Which room is this?". It is the same with time: You don't say "Wednesday I do (something)", but "On Wednesday I do (something)".
Jul
24
answered Why it is “Eines Tages” and not simply “ein Tag”?
Jul
6
answered Is an “Internetseite” also a website?
Jul
4
revised What do you call a “Questions & Answers site” (Q&A) in German?
added 54 characters in body
Jul
4
answered What do you call a “Questions & Answers site” (Q&A) in German?
Jun
29
revised Can I start to make rudimentary sentences in German after a week worth of exposure to German?
added 132 characters in body
Jun
29
answered Can I start to make rudimentary sentences in German after a week worth of exposure to German?
Jun
28
answered How to differentiate between sie (they) and sie (she)?
Jun
27
answered Is “du bist dran” the best translation for “it is your turn”?
Jun
27
comment Literal translation for “Mist”
You are right. I didn't know that. Just looked it up. Wikipedia says: "Mist ist die in der Landwirtschaft bei Viehhaltung in Ställen anfallende Mischung der Exkremente von Tieren (Dung mit Fest- und Flüssigbestandteilen, vgl. Gülle und Jauche) mit einem Bindemedium, traditionellerweise der pflanzlichen Einstreu, meist Stroh, manchmal auch Hobelspäne oder Hanfhäcksel, oft vermischt mit dem vom Vieh nicht verzehrten Heu. Mist ist ein Wirtschaftsdünger und zählt zu den organischen Düngern."
Jun
27
revised Literal translation for “Mist”
feces without straw are not "Mist"