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awarded  Custodian
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reviewed Reviewed When is the definite article used before a language name?
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comment How to negate the following question “Scheint heute die Sonne”?
Ich finde die Formulierung: "Nein, heute scheint die Sonne nicht." ebenfalls ok.
Nov
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comment geschlechtsneutrale Einzahlen von »Geschwister« und »Eltern«
Also im Studium sprechen die Dozenten von: einem 'Elternknoten','Geschwisterknoten' und 'Kindknoten'. So wie von @chirlu erwähnt.
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comment Is there such a word as “Suppenkummer”?
Ich finde wenn ein Wort beispielsweise im Duden (oder einem anderen Wörterbuch) vorkommt ist das schon recht aussagekräftig. Ansonsten sollte man eventuell auf "meta" über einen Konsens diskutieren um derartige Meinungverschiedenheiten in Zukunft vermeiden zu können.
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accepted Is there such a word as “Suppenkummer”?
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asked Is there such a word as “Suppenkummer”?
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comment How do Germans call someone from the United States?
@HendrikVogt +1 "Ami" is NOT related to the french "ami". It is almost always used in a negative context. It seems to be some kind of equivalent term for when german people are called "Krauts"!
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comment How do Germans refer to people without caring about the gender
@O.R.Mapper The best example imo is "das mädchen". This would mean that girls are not feminine but neutral.
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answered The difference between “Ereignis” and “Vorkommen”
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revised What's the difference between “darf” and “kann”?
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