Alexej Froehlich

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Aug
8
comment Is the eszett (ß) used in last names?
It's not true, that Germans have to carry an ID-Card. That's a common myth. But you must possess an identification document (ID-Card or passport). Also I do have an umlaut in my name (ö) and also on my ID-Card it's spelled with ö. The bigger problem of german names is with the ß, since it sometimes being missinterpreted as B.
Jul
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Jul
5
comment Is an “Internetseite” also a website?
Also words like "Webpräsenz" or "Internetplattform" are used in a more strategic context. Like marketing or conversation with the CEO. John Doe, or in German "Otto Normalverbraucher", will understand "Webseite" or "Internetseite" best and refer to it as the whole site. Not only one explicit page. Also, this differentiation (page/site) is a technical one, that "Otto Normalverbraucher" doesn't bother anyway, and it's not even sure that he knows the difference at all!
Jul
4
awarded  Teacher
Jul
4
answered A oder b ist/sind