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comment How to know Nominative, Accusative, Dative, Genitive Verbs in German?
Nominative- and genitive-verbs are few (Nom: sein, heißen, .../ Gen: bedürfen...). The real work is to learn acc. versus dat. That's, I guess then the technique: memorize.
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comment How do I translate German passive sentences with intransitive verbs into English?
To my (non natvive) ears the first sentence sounds awkward. Are you sure, you want to translate it?
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comment How can I distinguish the short sounds [​ɪ] and [e]?
@Gerhard That's true, but I happen just not to see the question. Again, what sort of answer would you expect? Don't you think the OP might have said "I speak Chinese / Dutch / Spanish / whatever" as background? I think the OP can always edit, if she wishes her question to be reopened, in case it gets closed.
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comment How can I distinguish the short sounds [​ɪ] and [e]?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because, facing such an unknown context, there is no possible way to help.
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comment Using of “with whom” in German
@tofro Fair enough. Then your suggestion is included in the first possibility, isn't it? (Übrigens finde ich diese Frage grenzwertig proofreading, weswegen ich keine vollständige Lösungen aufschreibe, sondern nur das, was wohl einem Menschen, der wirklich Deutsch lernt, helfen würde.)
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comment Which common mistakes do Spanish native speakers studying German make?
I'll accept this answer because it's true. But I have to comment that you didn't address phonetics. I also notice that none of the points is proper of Spanish. For instance 1 holds also for Italian, Polish, ...; 2 also for other Roman languages (e.g. French); ...; 8 seems to hold when one compares German with any European language. But to be fair, the question is also quite broad and would be closed with the new standards of this site.
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accepted Kann ß durch das griechische Beta β ersetzt werden?
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