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  • 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.


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asked On the declensions of the pronoun “man”? Part I: Finding a substitute for the genitive for “man”
Apr
17
revised Why is “A red apple” not “Ein rot Apfel”
added 484 characters in body
Apr
17
answered Why is “A red apple” not “Ein rot Apfel”
Apr
17
comment Why is “A red apple” not “Ein rot Apfel”
Welcome! well, google translator is quite bad if what you wish is to learn German from it. But even so, I doubt it renders "ein roter apfel"; it should be "ein roter Apfel" ;)
Apr
16
comment “Die unglaubliche Frage des Raffael V.”
Ist das wirklich grässlich? Wenn man einen Deutschkurs besucht, wird dieser Stil einem eigentlich beigebracht, um Vielfältigkeit beim Schreiben zu fördern. (Vieleicht nicht genau diesen Stil, aber den Nominalstil bei Betitelungen schon.)
Apr
16
comment Are these passive sentences correct?
@user3476093 Smoking bans outside the cinema?! Never heard of...
Apr
16
revised Are these passive sentences correct?
mistake non concerning passive (and my own mistake ok)
Apr
16
comment Are these passive sentences correct?
Ok, I vote reopen, altough I'm not sure how this question would be useful to other users/visitors. However I'll correct the mistakes that don't concern the passive voice.
Apr
16
comment The difference between “Ereignis” and “Vorkommen”
Aus Wikipedia „Gemeinsam mit der mathematischen Statistik, die anhand von Beobachtungen zufälliger Vorgänge Aussagen über das zugrunde liegende Modell trifft, bildet sie das mathematische Teilgebiet der Stochastik.“ ME nach hat die Stochastik einen impliziten Geschmack nach zeitlicher Entwiklung.
Apr
16
comment Any German books with included vocabulary?
funktioniert eigentlich diese Erweiterung für Deutsch?
Apr
16
revised Any German books with included vocabulary?
Der Link funktionierte nicht.
Apr
15
comment The difference between “Ereignis” and “Vorkommen”
I'm ok with "Ereignis is a subset of a sample space.", but the title (stochastics) is quite restrictive. Ereignis exists in probability theory, which is broader than "stochastics".
Apr
15
comment How to type the capital ß (ẞ) on a Windows 8 German keyboard?
I do agree with Toscho (delete Win8), but even good systems, don't have capital ß in their German layout. (Shift+ß renders ?). Perhaps just nobody uses it.
Apr
15
comment Any German books with included vocabulary?
How could such a book exist? If you can read 10 minutes without having to use a dictionary, that means you are advanced. When you begin German, the vocabulary you learn is standard: Haus, Mann, Frau, sein, haben, usw., but advanced users had already read a lot, random sources, and possess different vocabulary basis. Hence, which words would a publisher choose to be deemed as "unknown"?
Apr
15
comment The difference between “Ereignis” and “Vorkommen”
I think Ereignis exists in probability. I don't see the reason to constrain that concept to stochastic processes. (Aber vielleicht Heidegger hätte nichts dagegen :))
Apr
11
comment The difference between “Ereignis” and “Eventuell”
I see you are new here, so, welcome. Second, and most important, you must look up that words in a dictionary before asking here. (I'd link here the meta discussion to questions about differences, but the meta is now unaccessible).
Apr
11
comment What's the meaning from “Machenschaft”
@Gail The sh doesn't really exist in German. You'll find always sch. (Exceptions might be composite words, the first component ending in s and the second beinning with h. Or s might be a Fugenelement.) ... oh I see now, Machen+s+haft could then indeed exist.
Apr
11
accepted Can one suppress the comma of a relative clause in parenthesis?
Apr
10
answered Using reflexive verb “vorstellen” in infinitive construction
Apr
10
revised “umfahren” – trennbares Verb oder nicht?
radical change