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revised Why is the stress of lebendig on the second syllable?
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comment Why is the stress of lebendig on the second syllable?
Yes. I think the exception to the rule above, @Chris, is the -keit nouns being feminine (all indeed are). I hope I'm wrong, though.
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answered Why is the stress of lebendig on the second syllable?
Apr
24
accepted Most terrible-sounding mistakes in German
Apr
24
accepted Ist »,also ,« schechter Schreibstil?
Apr
23
comment Ist »,also ,« schechter Schreibstil?
@Em1 Ne. Eigentlich hat ein Nicht-Mutterprachler, der Deutsch gut kann, so was irgendwann geschrieben. Ich war mir nicht sicher, ob das geläufig ist.
Apr
23
asked Ist »,also ,« schechter Schreibstil?
Apr
22
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
22
comment Is there a particle that strongly emphasizes the meaning of an adjective or adverb?
Oh, how could I forget hammer?!
Apr
22
revised Is there a particle that strongly emphasizes the meaning of an adjective or adverb?
hammer added
Apr
22
answered Is there a particle that strongly emphasizes the meaning of an adjective or adverb?
Apr
22
comment Is there a dictionary where the frequency of a word appears?
@blutorange No. I'm pretty sure there is a dictionary. However that list you provided will certainly help, so thanks.
Apr
22
asked Is there a dictionary where the frequency of a word appears?
Apr
21
revised Difference between Austrian and German
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Apr
21
answered Difference between Austrian and German
Apr
20
comment proposals for not-so-correct sentences
Du kannst dir diese Frage anschauen. Und/oder ein Duzend FIlme auf belleslettres.eu
Apr
19
comment Doppelkonjunktionen zwischen zwei Hauptsätze, allgemein
Die Wiederholung des Subjektes klingt allerdings merkwürdig.
Apr
19
revised “Es regnet” – worauf bezieht sich das “es”?
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Apr
19
accepted The loanwords of which languages are to be faithfully pronounced when speaking German?
Apr
19
accepted Zum „Hieressen“, „hier Essen“ oder „Hier-Essen“?