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Oct
12
comment How are accusative and dative combined in one sentence?
+1 Very nicely explained (but its the same with an and für - thats why I deleted it :D
Oct
12
revised How are accusative and dative combined in one sentence?
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Oct
12
comment Should I use “für” in “Ich gehe für zwei Wochen zurück nach Hause”
If you like you can add this by an edit to your answer but note that heimkehren is not wrong ;)
Oct
12
comment Should I use “für” in “Ich gehe für zwei Wochen zurück nach Hause”
As it is true that heimkehren does indeed cover the meaning it nevertheless is a bit old fashioned to say. "Nach Hause gehen/fahren/kommen" is far more often used in contemporary German.
Oct
12
revised Should I use “für” in “Ich gehe für zwei Wochen zurück nach Hause”
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Oct
12
revised How are accusative and dative combined in one sentence?
fixed grammar & title
Oct
12
reviewed Reject How to find pen pals?
Oct
12
revised Should I use “für” in “Ich gehe für zwei Wochen zurück nach Hause”
added 2 characters in body; edited title
Oct
11
revised Wann sagt man “physikalisch” und wann “physisch”?
spelling/grammar + internal link to answer rather than user name (may change!)
Oct
10
comment Some [singular noun]
"Ebbes/Eppes" is not restricted to the Palatine dialect, its quite common in near all southern dialects: woerterbuchnetz.de/DWB/…
Oct
10
comment Arbeitsumfeld ist deutschsprachig
Vielleicht werden die Antworten präziser, wenn du uns nicht nur sagst, was du nicht sagen möchtest, sondern vor allem, was genau du damit ausdrücken willst.
Oct
10
revised Singular Subjects and plural Objects - rule?
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Oct
10
revised Word order with “so” and “also”
decapitalisations
Oct
10
comment Apostroph für Auslassung von -e
@Emanuel: Mir fällt's auch schwer, da ich's anders lernen mußte ;)
Oct
10
answered Apostroph für Auslassung von -e
Oct
10
reviewed Approve kurrent tag wiki
Oct
9
comment On the usage of nach / hinter / zu
Well, it was aked for zu, which was not answered yet.
Oct
8
comment Which preposition goes with “Aufsatz”?
related: german.stackexchange.com/questions/8089/… it may not be so easy to find in some dictionaries.
Oct
8
comment Is there any difference in the words “roast” and “fry” in German?
"Grillen/grillieren" fehlt noch ;)
Oct
8
comment Gender for specific universities
The construction with a city is possible too: "Ich habe in Heidelberg studiert".