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Aug
31
reviewed Close Difference between “leihen”, “ausleihen”, and “sich ausleihen”
Aug
31
answered “Willst du der Schülerin helfen?” why dative case “der Schülerin” but not “die Schülerin”?
Aug
30
comment “Der kleine Prinz” and short children novels vocabulary list
Der kleine Prinz a children novel?! First line: "Je demande pardon aux enfants d’avoir dédié ce livre à une grande personne."
Aug
30
comment Was bedeutet „eines“ in Hölderlins „Wurzel alles Übels“?
Please vote the answers.
Aug
28
comment Differences among “wahr”, “echt”, “wirklich”, “tatsächlich”, “eigentlich”?
This is tooooo broad. Sounds like you want to know 5(5-1)/2 comparisons.
Aug
28
revised Was bedeutet „eines“ in Hölderlins „Wurzel alles Übels“?
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Aug
28
comment Was bedeutet „eines“ in Hölderlins „Wurzel alles Übels“?
Ist es irgendwie ein Wortspiel einig sein, Einer sei und Eines sei? Der erste Ausdruck scheint auch das Gegentil von den zwei letzteren zu sein.
Aug
28
comment Was bedeutet „eines“ in Hölderlins „Wurzel alles Übels“?
Also den Wunsch, es sollte nur eine Person (Einer) und eine Sache (Eins) geben, kann man eben als die Wurzel alles Übels interpretieren?
Aug
28
asked Was bedeutet „eines“ in Hölderlins „Wurzel alles Übels“?
Aug
28
comment why have they used “müssen” instead of “sollen” here?
Whose answer do you mean?
Aug
27
comment What kind of sentence structure used in cooking recipe?
Man nehme... kommt mir mathematisch vor. Ich wusste nicht, dass es sonst irngendwo verwendet wurde.
Aug
26
comment “Beide” and “beiden”: when do I add the “n”?
One actually needs a whole sentence (or enough information as which is the role of that nouns in the sentence) to be able to deduce the endings: diesen beiden Frauen schenke ich Blumen or diese beiden Frauen kennen mich oder wegen dieser beiden Frauen ... usw.
Aug
26
comment The pronounciation of “e” is so confusing!
@LibéchtWang If "my problem" means a big distance [your language]-German, then, I agree. In any case it's all about getting used to, the time elapsed being dependent of the source language.
Aug
26
comment The pronounciation of “e” is so confusing!
@LibéchtWang The difference in question is not only identified by native speakers, it doesn't even require an advanced level to identify it.
Aug
26
comment Are there any words in German that end with '-ong'?
oblong fehlt.
Aug
26
comment Are there any words in German that end with '-ong'?
I couldn't stop thinking of this Pun-comic
Aug
25
comment When are “gehen” and “”hingehen" most appropriately used?
En passant, I can refer to this question: german.stackexchange.com/questions/7794/…
Aug
24
reviewed Approve Declension after -selbe words (Im denselben/In demselben/im demselben) with article
Aug
24
comment Declension after -selbe words (Im denselben/In demselben/im demselben) with article
Should I use in demselben Jahr for demostrative dem (instead of just a dull article?)
Aug
24
revised Declension after -selbe words (Im denselben/In demselben/im demselben) with article
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