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comment How do Germans react to foreigners messing up noun genders?
@AndrewLeach What nouns are you talking about?
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comment Can the position of “auch” change the meaning of the sentence?
1: imho correct 2: This is not a good sentence in German. The word order is wrong. 3: This you should use for saying what you meant for sentence number 2.
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comment Basic Deconstruction of German
@Clemens good point, didn't see that.
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revised Meaning of the poem “lichtung”
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answered Meaning of the poem “lichtung”
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comment Is it an error when I do not use ß when it is necessary?
You seem to like ß...
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comment Regeln für bestimmte Artikel bei Staaten, Bundesländern und Bezirken
@kaiser Naja ich wusste ja nicht was genau du damit meintest. Ich dachte zuerst an Zürich, aber da ich nicht sicher war wollte ich lieber nichts editieren
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comment Is it an error when I do not use ß when it is necessary?
Hopefully......
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reviewed Reviewed What does it mean when it says “Volle Suppe”?
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comment Basic Deconstruction of German
If you translate it, it could be anything. That's why we use the neutral "es" in German. But if you refer to the Apple it is "ihn", because it's "der Apfel" in German. Apple is a masculine substantive in German.