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Feb
24
comment Is it “einige vor den Kopf stoßen” or “einigen vor den Kopf stoßen”?
Missed that, thanks for the hint!
Feb
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Feb
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accepted Is it “einige vor den Kopf stoßen” or “einigen vor den Kopf stoßen”?
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asked Is it “einige vor den Kopf stoßen” or “einigen vor den Kopf stoßen”?
Nov
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comment Precise terms for “Sachebene”, “Implikationsebene” and “Textebene”
Thank you very much for this interesting link—Pragmatics seems to be the best choice for the "Implikationsebene". Although concerning the suffix "-ebene" I'm afraid I have to disagree (in this special case): Schulz von Thun, for example, (apparently a native speaker) uses "Sachebene" and "Beziehungsebene" in his communication square theory.
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Nov
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asked Precise terms for “Sachebene”, “Implikationsebene” and “Textebene”