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  • I'm not a native speaker of German (obviously).

  • Studying something absolutely unrelated to German in Northwestern Germany; but eager to learn that language because it's interesting per se.


Jun
22
asked Wie kann ich “esdrújula” (Proparoxytonon) anders übersetzen?
Jun
22
comment A German relative clause that begins with “welchem in diesem”
@maja I thought so. I just tried to tease apart the sentence in question, with simpler words. I'd use the subject in second place as well...
Jun
21
revised International interpretation of “Public viewing”
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Jun
21
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Jun
21
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Jun
21
comment Most terrible-sounding mistakes in German
Utterly intersting hypothesis.
Jun
21
comment Most terrible-sounding mistakes in German
Übrigenst bietet Der Spiegel eine Variante an.
Jun
20
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
20
comment Most terrible-sounding mistakes in German
Why Göthe and not Goethe?
Jun
20
comment A German relative clause that begins with “welchem in diesem”
@Catomic I'd suppose that's the origin of the subjunction indem, once in dem (which, if I understand correctly your question, Wiktionary confirms: Zusammenrückung der Präposition „in“ mit dem Artikel „dem“; etwa seit dem 17. Jahrhundert).
Jun
20
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Jun
20
answered A German relative clause that begins with “welchem in diesem”
Jun
20
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20
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Jun
20
asked Most terrible-sounding mistakes in German
Jun
20
revised How do Germans react to foreigners messing up noun genders?
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Jun
20
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Jun
19
comment Haben Wörter mit Endungen auf „-männin” sexistische Konnotation?
@Ingmar an einen kleinen Unikreis. Ultrafeministen bzw. -feministinnen könnten vielleicht mir verzeihen, hoffe ich :)
Jun
19
asked Haben Wörter mit Endungen auf „-männin” sexistische Konnotation?
Jun
19
comment The German 'Kommen + Past Participle' Construction
I think there's a better title for this question. And some people here are not happy to read multiple questions in a post. I upvoted, though.