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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
7
comment Can the position of “auch” change the meaning of the sentence?
Closely related, almost duplicate.
Apr
7
comment Resources for learning verb tenses with short example sentenses
Did you see german.stackexchange.com/questions/9526/… ?
Apr
6
comment Looking for ALL german verbs database
This answer just doesn't make sense. Since the question was left open, it means that we have to provide an answer readable to all of the site, not private comunication.
Apr
6
comment What is the etymology of “sau-”?
+1, das ist für mich die Antwort.
Apr
6
answered German in Bach's Cantatas
Apr
6
accepted Ist “belgischer Bierabend” falsch?
Apr
4
comment Ist “belgischer Bierabend” falsch?
Es würde, also, künstlich oder überkorrekt "Abend des belgischen Biers", ne?
Apr
4
asked Ist “belgischer Bierabend” falsch?
Apr
4
comment What does “endgeil” mean in German?
Welcome to GLU.SE, translations are allowed in this site only in certain cases. Please read the guidelines here. It seems your question might be answered by using a (free online) dictionary.
Apr
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to say “now a days…” / “nowadays” in German?
Apr
3
revised How should one pronounce “Denglisch” words when one is a native English speaker?
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Apr
3
comment Man erwartet eine Spur von Dativ in „zu dessen“. Wo ist sie? Warum erscheint nur da der Genitiv? Oder existiert „zu dessem“?
@ComFreek danke! ich hätte sonst nie gemerkt!
Apr
3
accepted Man erwartet eine Spur von Dativ in „zu dessen“. Wo ist sie? Warum erscheint nur da der Genitiv? Oder existiert „zu dessem“?
Apr
3
revised Man erwartet eine Spur von Dativ in „zu dessen“. Wo ist sie? Warum erscheint nur da der Genitiv? Oder existiert „zu dessem“?
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Apr
3
comment Help with Sogar and Darauf
Wo ist das sogar? :)
Apr
3
comment How should one pronounce “Denglisch” words when one is a native English speaker?
@NiftyKitty95 +1, but well, that's not proper from German. Basically, that's how English pronunciation works. So the problem is not symmetric: in German you hear rightly pronounced gallicisms, and so on.
Apr
3
revised How should one pronounce “Denglisch” words when one is a native English speaker?
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Apr
3
answered How should one pronounce “Denglisch” words when one is a native English speaker?
Apr
2
comment How should one pronounce “Denglisch” words when one is a native English speaker?
@Vogel612 Well..., I've never heard "sorry", but, as you say, that might be regional. I guess I just cannot stop finding funny the fact that an question that asks for a right method to transgress the rules has to do with German. Anyway, I didn't vote neither directon, nor vote to close. I still don't see an opinion-independent way to answer it if it's not edited, that's my point.
Apr
2
revised Can the genitive relative pronoun be replaced with dative?
slight format change