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Jul
15
comment How to tell date in German?
@downvoters: please note that this was the first answer posted here, and it is a valid answer (even though admittedly we do have better ones in the meantime). Related: meta.german.stackexchange.com/questions/422/…
Jul
15
revised How is “lassen” used in the context of this sentence?
lassen is not "always" used with third party
Jul
14
comment The word “hart” meaning “glade”
yeah - Hardthöhe is another nice example :)
Jul
13
revised Meaning of “Was für ein”?
added 2 characters in body
Jul
13
revised Correct usage of “beide”: does it require the article?
+capitals -chat abbreviations
Jul
13
revised Correct usage of “beide”: does it require the article?
minor grammar
Jul
13
comment Correct usage of “beide”: does it require the article?
Because the grammar itches are not related to the question it is better to edit for appropriate grammar. I also edited the answer to reflect this.
Jul
13
revised The word “hart” meaning “glade”
+Steinhart
Jul
13
comment The word “hart” meaning “glade”
@downvoters please re-consider your downvotes. The question is on-topic, clearly written, and does show some research effort. Please do not vote carelessly.
Jul
13
answered The word “hart” meaning “glade”
Jul
13
comment Doch vs. noch/gar?
@Emanuel: it may be the same issue than ever: meta.german.stackexchange.com/questions/422/…. Sadly we can do nothing about this :/
Jul
12
reviewed Approve “Der Dativ ist dem Genitiv sein Tod”: is German really losing Genitiv? (evolutionary viewpoint)
Jul
11
revised German word for “probability score” or “likelihood”?
+comments
Jul
11
revised What is the essential semantic difference between “sein” and “werden” for passive voice?
edited title
Jul
11
answered German word for “probability score” or “likelihood”?
Jul
10
revised Doch vs. noch/gar?
removed disputed translation attempt
Jul
10
answered Doch vs. noch/gar?
Jul
10
comment The adjective grauenkalt
Just to have mentioned it: most lyrics sites are not official or do a copy & paste from the same source. This may be how "grauenkalt" (1460 Google hits) came in. It would be nice to have someone look it up in the CD booklet.
Jul
10
revised What is the difference between “um” and “am”?
added 190 characters in body
Jul
10
reviewed Approve What is the difference between “um” and “am”?