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Mar
16
answered Why is it so hard to understand German sentences construction?
Apr
11
revised Does “dürfen” + other negatives imply the same thing as “dürfen nicht”?
Replaced <i> tags with <em> tags to make it more generalized.
Apr
11
suggested suggested edit on Does “dürfen” + other negatives imply the same thing as “dürfen nicht”?
Apr
11
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Apr
11
comment Does “dürfen” + other negatives imply the same thing as “dürfen nicht”?
may not is prohibitive, it means that one is not allowed to do something, you seem to confuse it with might not
Mar
13
comment What are differences between “ins” and “in”?
@Feroc: "ins" is always referring to a specific instance, if it really did not matter you would use "in ein" instead. It seems to me that the lacking use of "in das" in many cases just makes it sound awkward while it should really be equivalent by definition.
Mar
12
revised What to say after someone sneezes?
Unbutchered the link
Mar
12
suggested suggested edit on What to say after someone sneezes?
Mar
12
comment What are differences between “ins” and “in”?
@HendrikVogt: Just because noone actually says that it is not wrong to use the expanded form.
Jan
14
awarded  Editor
Jan
14
revised Is it acceptable to omit umlauts and put an extra 'e' instead?
edited body
Jun
26
comment Eifersucht vs. Neid
@Hendrik Vogt: Neidig is certainly not plain wrong, it has been or is used in Bavaria, it's dialect of course.
Jun
25
awarded  Teacher
Jun
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Jun
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answered Is it acceptable to omit umlauts and put an extra 'e' instead?
May
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awarded  Autobiographer