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Feb
24
revised “Theoretische Informatik” oder “theoretische Informatik”
formatting
Feb
24
revised Are there non-trivial examples of sentences where the use of one case, instead of other, changes the meaning?
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Feb
24
answered Explanation of the prefix “er”
Feb
22
answered Examples of texts with very long words
Feb
22
comment Verbal idea: a call for examples
The reference is confusing mainly because of so many errors they have. In the example of reading a book the verbal concept in fact is "ein Buch lesen", and not "mit seinen Kindern lesen" because if it was the latter we would say "Er liest mit seinen Kindern ein Buch". Also "Der Mann hat den Hund gebissen" does not translate to "The dog bit the man". There are many more...
Feb
21
comment Haben “blau machen” und “blau sein” eine gemeinsame Etymologie?
+1 für die Maus als Quelle :)
Feb
21
answered Haben “blau machen” und “blau sein” eine gemeinsame Etymologie?
Feb
18
revised Haben “blau machen” und “blau sein” eine gemeinsame Etymologie?
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Feb
18
asked Haben “blau machen” und “blau sein” eine gemeinsame Etymologie?
Feb
15
comment Laschen in Computerprogrammen
Man kann durchaus auch "der/das Tab" sagen, das wird je nach Alter mitunter besser verstanden als die eingedeutschten "Lasche, Reiter, Registerkarte".
Feb
12
comment German to English - List of letters
@EugeneSeidel: only that this question was not in the review queue. See more background on the purpose of the review test.
Feb
11
reviewed Approve What's the difference between “Ich habe dich Lieb” and “Ich liebe dich”?
Feb
10
revised Die Lautschrift zu Chopin
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Feb
5
reviewed Approve Ist es “die” Webseite und “der” Link?
Feb
4
comment Are there non-trivial examples of sentences where the use of one case, instead of other, changes the meaning?
Man könnte durchaus auch sagen: "Ich gehe in dem Haus" ;)
Feb
4
revised What's a good translation for “awkward” in the context of “awkward person” or “awkward situation”?
+link +format
Feb
3
reviewed Needs Improvement Online-Schreibstilkorrektur?
Feb
3
reviewed Excellent Redet man den Weihnachtsmann mit “Du” oder mit “Sie” an?
Feb
3
reviewed Excellent What pronunciation is more influential, higher status or standard?
Feb
3
reviewed Excellent Past participle of haben