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answered How to use pronominal adverbs
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comment Accusative and Dative for “er”
Btw. it is not the sentence what is in accusative (and it's not the subject either).
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revised Accusative and Dative for “er”
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answered Accusative and Dative for “er”
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comment Are there any German nouns that do not have a gender?
Sanitär doesn't have a gender either (laut dem Duden).
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comment Can Germans distinguish “iSelf” from “iShelf” by pronunciation?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this is not about German.
Jan
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revised How to answer a question in the superlative form?
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answered How to answer a question in the superlative form?
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comment An easy way to remember if a verb’s object requires accusative or dative case?
Sure: because it is difficult. Now, you might be more specific in your question, and that would make it answerable.
Jan
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comment Dative or accusative with “ansehen”
Since this question will be quite likely merged with the aforementioned by chirlu: What should be clear, is that it's not an accusative-dative dilemma. It's a reflexive and non-reflexive dilemma (each one leading to a slightly different verb).
Jan
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comment How to use “weil” properly
@chirlu I'm sure this has been asked a handful of times, being indeed a dupe, but the link you gave is not the right one.
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revised German Grammar Regarding Gender
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answered German Grammar Regarding Gender
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comment A general way to add emphasis on words, actions, or people
@dakab habe ich gedacht, doch wusste ich nicht, ob es nicht härter, also schipfwilliger, als bloody klingt. Ist es nicht so?
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revised A general way to add emphasis on words, actions, or people
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answered A general way to add emphasis on words, actions, or people
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accepted How to transliterate, when citing an author which has already been transliterated to another language?
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comment Warum steht das Subjekt manchmal nach dem Objekt?
Willkommen. Ich sehe verschiedene Fragen. Zu dem Teil „mich jemand anstelle jemand mich“ siehe diese Frage und die erste Antwort