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May
9
comment Answer to “Machen Sie es gut”
I don't think this is a phrase you should use when addressing someone formally.
Oct
11
comment Is it “Justageschraube” or “Justierschraube”?
@JohnSmithers: The word did not appear in an "old" dictionary, Duden mentions it's constructed from the German term with a French suffix. My reasoning was that it was only later accepted as an alternative term in the German language.
Oct
10
comment Is it “Justageschraube” or “Justierschraube”?
@Phira: I use .com and set it specifically to the US English version. It's still personalized to some degree, of course.
Oct
9
comment Is it “Justageschraube” or “Justierschraube”?
@K.Stm.: I wasn't really aware that that has significance.
Aug
22
comment What is the role of “von” when specifying a person?
@wolfgang: Ah, got it. :)
Aug
22
comment What is the role of “von” when specifying a person?
@wolfgang: I'm pretty sure there is a misunderstanding, because I'm having a hard time relating your comment to my answer.