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Aug
12
accepted Etymologie des kölschen “Mer” (1. Person Plural)
Aug
12
revised Does the noun “Kärtchen” have a plural form?
clarified an example
Aug
12
suggested suggested edit on Does the noun “Kärtchen” have a plural form?
Aug
12
asked Etymologie des kölschen “Mer” (1. Person Plural)
Aug
12
comment Religious connotation of “Verzeihung”
No. "Verzeihung!" is not religious at all, but it might be perceived as more formal than "Entschuldigung!", and less sloppy than "'Tschuldigung..."
Aug
5
comment Was ist der Unterschied zwischen einem Subjunktiv und dem Konjunktiv?
Ich denke, hier werden zwei Kategorien vermischt: syntaktisch und semantisch. Die syntaktische Terminologie ist an die semantische Verwendung angelehnt, was jedoch nur eine grobe Approximation ist.
Aug
5
asked Gebrauchsanweisung für Gräzismen und Latinismen
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Nov
18
comment Welches ist die Ordnung in einen Satz (Akk, Dat, TEKAMOLO)?
'besuchen' is totally fine and acceptable in colloquial and formal speech.
Nov
16
asked Etymologie des Feminisierungssuffixes “-in”
Nov
4
awarded  Yearling
Sep
16
comment When, if at all, should I add an e to the end of a noun in the dative case?
I believe it is really restricted to idiomatic expressions.
Sep
9
asked Etymological relatives of English “put” and “get” in standard and dialect German
Jul
30
asked Adjectives as determinatives
Jul
2
comment When does one use “von” and when “durch” to form the passive?
Notably, the agent may have the preposition "durch" even though it is a person: "Der Antrag wird direkt durch den Verteidigungsminister bearbeitet." In that case, the agent person is rather an instrument.
Jul
2
comment When does one use “von” and when “durch” to form the passive?
in order to relieve your words: while the distinction between "von" and "durch" is recommended, mixing it up is at least not totally wrong most times, although it may sound somehow awkward.
Jun
28
comment Wann spricht man „ie“ als Diphthong aus?
@StefanoPalazzo: In der Umgangssprache ausgesprochen wie "Kar-je-re", insofern ist die Auflistung schon gerechtfertigt.
Jun
3
asked Artikel vs Artikelwort
Apr
30
asked Namen und Vornamen mit definitem Artikel
Apr
22
asked Pazifisch vs. pazifistisch, metabolisch vs. metabolistisch - wie funktionieren diese Suffixe?