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Dec
21
answered How do I say “One day on a sunny sunday” in German?
Dec
20
comment Woher stammt der „Weihnachtsmann“?
Danke @unor: auf jeden Fall 1809!!1 ;)
Dec
20
revised Woher stammt der „Weihnachtsmann“?
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Dec
20
answered eisern, golden, hölzern - alter Genitiv?
Dec
19
awarded  Constable
Dec
18
comment How do I say “whatever” in German?
Bei uns sagt man auch noch "Egal", das könnte aber regional sein.
Dec
18
comment Usage of “vorher” and “vorhin”
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Dec
17
revised What does “Ihr gesellschaftspolitisches Interesse und Engagement” mean?
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Dec
17
comment What does “Ihr gesellschaftspolitisches Interesse und Engagement” mean?
Please also note that this question may not be allowed to be asked in a job interview in Germany (unless you had applied for a job with a political party, newspaper, or similar, where your political attitude matters). Links: dgb.de/themen/++co++07483a76-fee8-11df-463e-00188b4dc422 zeit.de/karriere/bewerbung/2013-03/… faz.net/aktuell/wirtschaft/… (but IANAL)
Dec
16
revised Anwesenheit…simple presence or more than that?
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Dec
16
revised How do I say “I am deep in thought” in German?
+missing link to Duden "gedankenversunken" where these synonyms are from
Dec
15
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
14
answered Anwesenheit…simple presence or more than that?
Dec
14
revised Anwesenheit…simple presence or more than that?
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Dec
14
comment Frequency of the majuscule ß (ẞ) in modern German
@stackunderflow: dont't bother with commenting for a typo, just edit (or suggest an edit), you will even get some rep for that ;)
Dec
14
revised Frequency of the majuscule ß (ẞ) in modern German
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Dec
14
comment Frequency of the majuscule ß (ẞ) in modern German
Also related: german.stackexchange.com/questions/5611/…
Dec
13
comment Ist die Verwendung von „wir“ in wissenschaftlichen Veröffentlichungen heutzutage üblich?
@Emanuel: diese beiden Gedanken sind mir auch durch den Kopf geschossen, als ich die beiden Anleitungen gelesen habe. --- Ich - Wir - Man Die Verfasser --- alles unüblich. Wie soll denn dann noch geschrieben werden? ;)
Dec
13
revised Bedeutung von “Einen Kasten machen”
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Dec
13
comment Does “Mein Freund” always mean “my boyfriend”?
also possible answers there: german.stackexchange.com/questions/1039/…