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Oct
1
comment “Schätzen”: How to differentiate between a guess and an estimation?
How about "Überschlag" to indicate that some computation was involved as opposed to pure guesswork?
Jun
18
comment How do Germans react to foreigners messing up noun genders?
As a German working with a lot of Russians, French, Italians, etc, I can assure you that this is one of the most common mistakes made by non-native speakers, and it doesn't hinder communication in the least. So just let those articles fly, right or wrong!
Mar
6
comment How can 'label propagation' be translated?
I know the term "Propagierung" instead of "Propagation" from my courses. Btw, you have a typ in the first quote, "Eingenschafts..."
Sep
19
comment Neid ohne Missgunst
So habe ich das noch nie betrachtet - für mich hingen diese Konzepte automatisch zusammen, weil der Wunsch durch die Beobachtung eines anderen ausgelöst wurde, wie beim Neid.
Sep
17
comment Capitalization of “das googlen (des eigenen Namens)”
The more common spelling is googeln, by the way.
Sep
12
comment Is there a free crowd-sourcing site that will correct German language sentences and paragraphs?
I have been using Lang-8 for quite some time now; there's a very friendly community there, and the response times are fantastic.
Sep
10
comment Comic books in German for beginners
When I taught myself Greek, my first reading material was a bunch of Disney comic books. I find them quite suitable for beginners, because they use simple language (common words), and usually use very good grammar.
Aug
31
comment Unterschied zwischen “Klamotten” und “Kleider”?
Wie interessant - die Bedeutung "Ziegelstein" ist bestimmt der Grund, dass man auch schwere, unhandliche Gegenstände als "Klamotten" bezeichnet.
Aug
31
comment Struggling with case concept (the entire concept)
Are you clear on the terms of direct vs. indirect object in English, since they are very similar?
Aug
31
comment Struggling with case concept (the entire concept)
What is your native language?