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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
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.
Jun
18
answered Was bedeutet “todunglücklich” genau?
Jun
18
revised Wann ist es angebracht, „Mädels/Jungs“ anstelle „Frauen/Männer“ zu nutzen?
added 9 characters in body
Jun
18
asked Wann ist es angebracht, „Mädels/Jungs“ anstelle „Frauen/Männer“ zu nutzen?
Jun
15
accepted “Deine Fotos” gegen “Fotos von dir”
Jun
15
revised “Deine Fotos” gegen “Fotos von dir”
added 17 characters in body
Jun
15
reviewed No Action Needed Is “sich einverstanden erklären” proper German?
Jun
15
reviewed Close Wann benutzt man Perfekt, wann Präteritum?
Jun
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on “Deine Fotos” gegen “Fotos von dir”
Jun
15
accepted Wann kann man Verben der Form [etwas]bekommen durch [etwas]kriegen ersetzen?
Jun
14
revised “Deine Fotos” gegen “Fotos von dir”
added 136 characters in body
Jun
14
asked “Deine Fotos” gegen “Fotos von dir”
Jun
14
asked Wann kann man Verben der Form [etwas]bekommen durch [etwas]kriegen ersetzen?
Jun
14
awarded  Yearling
Jun
13
accepted Warum “niemand” anstelle “niemandem” in der Paraphrase “Ich nehme niemand einen Platz weg” einer Behauptung Lahms
Jun
12
comment What is the simplest yet most exhaustive reference guide for German adjective/noun endings?
There's a little mistake in your table. Beispiels instead of Beispiel.
Jun
12
comment Is it possible that a native German speaker doesn't put the verb to the end of the sentence after a “weil”?
Even though it's unlikely that Der Spiegel changes the link, it's customary here not to only link but also extract the text concerning the answer.
Jun
12
comment Is it possible that a native German speaker doesn't put the verb to the end of the sentence after a “weil”?
I think there is nevertheless a comma missing. And likely a typo in the translation.
Jun
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is it possible that a native German speaker doesn't put the verb to the end of the sentence after a “weil”?