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Nov
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accepted Was “haut man in die Fresse”?
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awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
5
answered How the verb works in a question
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5
revised Are commas not always used in German?
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Nov
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revised Are commas not always used in German?
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Nov
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revised Are commas not always used in German?
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Nov
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answered Are commas not always used in German?
Nov
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comment Was “haut man in die Fresse”?
@ Olaf: ich würde vorschlagen, dass du deinen Kommentar in eine Antwort umwandelst.
Nov
3
comment Was “haut man in die Fresse”?
@ Olaf: ja, ich bin ganz deiner Meinung. Das Problem der weiblichen Form des Zahlwortes bleibt ungelöst.
Nov
3
asked Was “haut man in die Fresse”?
Oct
28
comment Erklärung der Beugung des Wortes „Erlenkönig“ im Gedicht Goethes
Danke für diese zusätliche Erklärung, Hubert.
Oct
28
comment Erklärung der Beugung des Wortes „Erlenkönig“ im Gedicht Goethes
Sehr interessant. Hättest Du vielleicht eine Quellenabgabe für den jüdischen Mythos auf den der Elfenkönig zurückgeht?
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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revised Gibt es Steigerungsformen für falsch und richtig?
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Jan
12
answered Gibt es Steigerungsformen für falsch und richtig?
Jan
11
comment Beschreibung extremer Langsamkeit
"Beamtenmikado" (und die Erklärung dazu) sind fantastisch ! Ist es eine gebräuchliche Redewendung ?
Jan
9
comment Using “nen” instead of “einen”
Dear Gigli, once more this is not meant for you. It's just some recurring rant I'm delivering at the slightest pretext!
Jan
9
comment Using “nen” instead of “einen”
Dear Gigli, my advice: if you are not a native speaker never use slang or "cute" expressions or abbreviations. Nothing is more ridiculous than foreigners with dreadful syntax, grotesque pronunciation and ultra-limited lexicon trying to sound cool (I'm not implying you do, of course: you is the generic pronoun here!). If you want to impress people, use standard grammar, pronounce words correctly and enrich your active vocabulary.
Jan
6
revised Does using the pronouns “sie” and “er” when refering to objects sound odd to native German speakers?
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