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  • software engineer
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  • board game friend
  • moviegoer
  • geocacher
  • husband
  • ever-astonished father

Constantly learning on all fields.


Aug
1
comment Woher kommt das Wort “Heia”?
@userunknown Nach ein bisschen Recherche bin ich auf diese Seite gestoßen: heinrich-tischner.de/22-sp/9sp-ecke/artikel/200/2005/… Weiterführende Quellen sind dort aber nicht verzeichnet.
Jul
24
revised Eine Alternative zu “schwerfallen”?
Kleine Fehlerkorrekturen.
Jul
24
suggested suggested edit on Eine Alternative zu “schwerfallen”?
Jul
24
comment (ein) flüssiges Deutsch / Englisch usw
Laut Wiktionary-Eintrag zu "flüssig" ist folgende Definion gekläufig: [2] Sprache, Stil, Verkehr: in normalem Tempo ablaufend - man kann Deutsch folglich flüssig sprechen, aber flüssig ist es deswegen noch lange nicht; also: adverbialer Gebrauch in diesem Zusammenhang ja, adjektivischer nein.
Jun
26
awarded  Yearling
Apr
3
revised How to say “now a days…” / “nowadays” in German?
Tippfehler korrigiert.
Apr
3
revised How to say “now a days…” / “nowadays” in German?
Tippfehler: http://www.duden.de/rechtschreibung/zurzeit; Beispiel ergänzt.
Apr
3
suggested suggested edit on How to say “now a days…” / “nowadays” in German?
Apr
3
suggested suggested edit on How to say “now a days…” / “nowadays” in German?
Jan
9
revised Word order following the word “also”
Rechtschreib-/Grammatikkorrektur; Entfernung der Dankesfloskel.
Jan
9
revised Word order following the word “also”
Grammar correction.
Jan
9
suggested suggested edit on Word order following the word “also”
Jan
9
suggested suggested edit on Word order following the word “also”
Dec
29
awarded  Informed
Dec
29
revised Adjectives that don't require adjective endings
Rechtschreib-/Grammatikkorrektur.
Dec
29
suggested suggested edit on Adjectives that don't require adjective endings
Dec
29
answered Adjectives that don't require adjective endings
Dec
29
answered Nouns with 2 genitive forms (-s/-es). When to use each?
Dec
29
comment in Genitive Singular for Masculine and Neutral nouns, it's added “-s” or “-es”?
@RegDwight: IMHO the linked question addresses the point what to do when you can use both -es and -s in the genitive form. I understand this one however as also asking for a guide when both and when only one ending is possible (especially in the heading) - so for me this is not a 100% duplicate.
Dec
28
revised Wo leitet sich das verstärkende Präfix “stink-” her?
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