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comment Subjunctive combined with “als”
@Catomic I suggest you use phrase search in Google (put the phrase in quotation marks), e.g.: "als sie gekommen sei"
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answered Subjunctive combined with “als”
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comment What learning strategies are there for German noun declension?
@Emanuel Well, please explain what there is NOT to learn, or what your specific difficulty is in understanding the question?
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comment What learning strategies are there for German noun declension?
This answer doesn't address the problem described in the question (even in its first version).
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comment What learning strategies are there for German noun declension?
This is a perfectly reasonable and answerable question. No reason whatsoever to put it on hold or close it.
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revised What learning strategies are there for German noun declension?
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answered Deutsches Wort für “adjacent possible”
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