6,592 reputation
1638
bio website none
location H̶i̶s̶p̶a̶n̶o̶a̶m̶e̶r̶i̶k̶a̶ →Deutschland
age
visits member for 1 year, 10 months
seen 3 hours ago
  • I'm not a native speaker (while this is evident for German native speakers, I think I should state that particularly for the new members of GLU.SE – and visitors).

  • Studying in NRW something absolutely unrelated to German; eager to learn that language because it's interesting per se.


5h
comment Which pronoun to use to refer to a city?
das Paris.
Apr
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
18
revised On the declensions of the pronoun “man”. Part II: does the dative depend on the gender of the speaker?
misspellings
Apr
18
revised On the declensions of the pronoun “man”? Part I: Finding a substitute for the genitive for “man”
changed the title and cleaned up a little
Apr
17
comment Why is “A red apple” not “Ein rot Apfel”
+1 because of the first statement.
Apr
17
comment The difference between “Ereignis” and “Eventuell”
Gali, could you please link to a dictionary where evento (in Portuguese) has an adverbial meaning? I haven't found it. Some people are trying to help answering your question; it would be problematic if you provided wrong information.
Apr
17
comment The difference between “Ereignis” and “Eventuell”
@TomAu I see. As hispanic, I recognize Portuguese as quite isomorphic to my language, whence it's quite surprising that evento would be not only a noun but and adverb too. And a pair of dictionaries had already confirmed my suspicion. So, I'll ask directly the OP, why did (s)he state that.
Apr
17
revised What does “nein” mean in this context?
added examples
Apr
17
comment The difference between “Ereignis” and “Eventuell”
@TomAu Do both really translate to evento? I thought eventual was eventuell and evento was Ereignis.
Apr
17
revised What does “nein” mean in this context?
spelling
Apr
17
revised Why is “A red apple” not “Ein rot Apfel”
added 285 characters in body
Apr
17
revised What does “nein” mean in this context?
syntax
Apr
17
revised What does “nein” mean in this context?
added 2 characters in body
Apr
17
answered What does “nein” mean in this context?
Apr
17
comment “Die unglaubliche Frage des Raffael V.”
Alles klar, danke, ich sehe jetzt euren Punkt (@DominicDeCoco und Raffael).
Apr
17
comment On the declensions of the pronoun “man”. Part II: does the dative depend on the gender of the speaker?
@karoshi Eben, das war die Frage :) Deswegen habe ich geschrieben "Context: A woman, who recently gave birth, tells her friends". Das deutet darauf hin, dass es nach "weiblicher Erfahrung" klingt.
Apr
17
comment On the declensions of the pronoun “man”. Part II: does the dative depend on the gender of the speaker?
Ja, Entschuldigung, aber wie in der Frage lautet, ist eine Frau, die Person, die „Wenn der Artz einer das Neugeborene zum 1. Mal zeigt“ sagt. Das finde ich wichtig. Ein zweites Beispiel wäre mit anderer Tätigkeit, die nur Frauen können: „Nach der Geburt gibt der Chef einer/einem X Tagen frei, um sich zu erholen und die Mutterschaft zu genießen.“ Ich gehe davon aus, dass man schon auf Frauen beschränkt ist.
Apr
17
comment On the declensions of the pronoun “man”. Part II: does the dative depend on the gender of the speaker?
@Em1 I changed the question so that the answer matches it. No need to change this answer now.
Apr
17
revised On the declensions of the pronoun “man”. Part II: does the dative depend on the gender of the speaker?
added 2 characters in body
Apr
17
revised On the declensions of the pronoun “man”. Part II: does the dative depend on the gender of the speaker?
added 7 characters in body