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Working for Mercedes Benz R&D India (Daimler AG in India) and love learning German!


Dec
6
accepted Manner-adverb placement
Dec
6
awarded  Commentator
Dec
6
comment Manner-adverb placement
Thank you very much for this information. So, gerne can be used only without the article?
Dec
6
comment Manner-adverb placement
Oh, I didn't know that.. Thank you for adding the existing question.. I will read it.. I thought gern was an adverb
Dec
5
awarded  Editor
Dec
5
revised Manner-adverb placement
added a question with modal verb
Dec
5
asked Manner-adverb placement
Nov
28
accepted “küssen” - usage of sharp S (“ß”)
Nov
28
comment “küssen” - usage of sharp S (“ß”)
Oh, I got the conjugation from here. That's why I asked this question. Thanks for the link by the way. Good explanation in the answers. vocabulix.com/conjugation2/kuessen.html
Nov
28
asked “küssen” - usage of sharp S (“ß”)
Nov
27
comment Meaning of the poem “lichtung”
Yes, that's why I asked what it really means. Clearing just didn't make sense to me.
Nov
24
accepted Meaning of the poem “lichtung”
Nov
24
asked Meaning of the poem “lichtung”
Nov
24
comment Usage of “dort” or “da” in proper context
@Takkat Thank you for the suggestions. Feels very nice to known the improvements.
Nov
24
accepted Usage of “dort” or “da” in proper context
Nov
24
comment Usage of “dort” or “da” in proper context
@Emanuel I wanted to say "I bring a gift from Bangalore". So I split it as "I will bring you a great gift. What do you want from Bangalore?"
Nov
23
asked Usage of “dort” or “da” in proper context
Nov
21
comment Accusative or dative for verbs of movement
Oh, I did not know this. Thank you for the answer, much appreciated. I am having a test this Sunday at Goethe Institut and this information came just in the right time. Thanks :-)
Nov
19
awarded  Supporter
Nov
19
accepted Accusative or dative for verbs of movement