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Jan
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awarded  Famous Question
Jan
26
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
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comment Does the word “Fahrenheit” mean anything in German?
The answer by A. Donda shows it is not nonsense.
Jun
27
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
6
comment Is “Mir ist kalt” correct? Did I hear it correctly?
The question has survived for 3 years and received 8 up-votes, 2 of them today, so I'd say the community has already judged this and agrees with Takkat.
Apr
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awarded  Critic
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awarded  Commentator
Apr
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comment Is “Mir ist kalt” correct? Did I hear it correctly?
This non-answer would have been an OK comment that might have added value to another answer.
Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
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awarded  Curious
May
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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accepted Is “Mir ist kalt” correct? Did I hear it correctly?
Mar
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awarded  Notable Question
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
5
comment “schmecken lassen”: Tuck in?
Interesting that while trying to learn German I learned a piece of Br. Eng. Thanks, Peter. I was thinking of the Am. Eng. Bedtime "tuck in" or "tuck in your shirt".
Aug
5
accepted “schmecken lassen”: Tuck in?
Aug
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asked “schmecken lassen”: Tuck in?
Aug
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accepted “Frühstück” or “Morgenessen”
Aug
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asked “Frühstück” or “Morgenessen”