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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.


Apr
10
revised “umfahren” – trennbares Verb oder nicht?
radical change
Apr
10
revised “umfahren” – trennbares Verb oder nicht?
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Apr
10
comment “umfahren” – trennbares Verb oder nicht?
@Emanuel ach ja, das stimmt.
Apr
10
revised “umfahren” – trennbares Verb oder nicht?
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Apr
10
answered “umfahren” – trennbares Verb oder nicht?
Apr
10
comment “umfahren” – trennbares Verb oder nicht?
...und úmfahren ist trennbar. umfáhren, nicht.
Apr
10
comment Can one suppress the comma of a relative clause in parenthesis?
There is, however, no relative clause in the examples, which is funny. But I guess the editors of Duden would be smart enough to add, explicitly, that exception, in case it would exist. So, I guess this is the answer.
Apr
10
revised Can one suppress the comma of a relative clause in parenthesis?
extra word
Apr
10
revised Can one suppress the comma of a relative clause in parenthesis?
misspellings ;(
Apr
10
asked Can one suppress the comma of a relative clause in parenthesis?
Apr
9
comment Does “gemacht” also mean “something done too artificially”?
Sagt man gemacht für Lippen nicht?
Apr
9
revised Comparative with verbs
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Apr
9
revised Comparative with verbs
added 361 characters in body
Apr
9
answered Comparative with verbs
Apr
9
comment Preposition for “besuchen” with website
I think I've heard once unter. Aber das klingt vielleicht nach Telefonnummer.
Apr
8
accepted How come there are two accusative objects here “das geht dich einen Dreck an”? (so it seems)
Apr
8
accepted Unterschiede zwischen „Scheiße“ und „Scheiß“
Apr
8
accepted Verwendung von „Herrschaften“ je nach Alter
Apr
8
comment Which cases are being used in these sentences with “geben” and “suchen”?
@em1 Oh, I wrote that answer because I've heard "ich suche mir ein Buch" or so. But now I'm no longer sure. You mean, it would be also "Ich suche dem Opa seine Brille" incorrect, but "Ich suche des Opas seine Brille" the correct version?
Apr
8
comment Which cases are being used in these sentences with “geben” and “suchen”?
Why would that test fail? Z.B. Oma machte ihre Brille kaputt. Da waren nur die Brille Opas, der so kurzsichtiger als Oma ist. Lustlos suchte ich der Oma seine Brille. You mean with suchen is no longer grammatical? (But your answer is far better than mine :))