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Mar
14
comment Was ist der Unterschied zwischen “Staat” und “Land”?
Hab ich erfolgreich überlesen ;)
Mar
12
comment Was ist der Unterschied zwischen “Staat” und “Land”?
Landkann auch noch als Gegenteil zu Stadt verstanden werden: Ich wohne auf dem Land - also eben nicht in der Stadt
Mar
6
comment Verwandle die Finalsätze in Präpositionalausdrücke
Genau das zwecks gefällt mir eben nicht, weil es sehr formal und gestelzt klingt.
Mar
5
answered Verwandle die Finalsätze in Präpositionalausdrücke
Feb
8
answered Redet man den Weihnachtsmann mit “Du” oder mit “Sie” an?
Feb
8
answered Personalpronomen für „jedermann“?
Feb
8
answered Plural von “Stadt” - “Städt” oder “Städte”
Feb
8
comment Plural of Batch
Furthermore Los or Produktionslos is a common term in production.
Feb
8
answered Plural of Batch
Feb
8
comment Plural of Batch
Please use Batches with a capital B
Feb
8
comment Plural of Batch
Yeah, I'm quite sure that RoToRa is right. The main issue of this question deals with Batches, Chargen or Losen but not with Pachtes (which are always meant to be software patches btw.) Furthermore Los' or 'Produktionslos in a common term in production.
Feb
6
awarded  Custodian
Feb
6
reviewed Satisfactory What pronunciation is more influential, higher status or standard?
Feb
5
comment tragen trug getragen but beauftragen beauftragte beauftragt
It's not really a question for a native speaker but maybe for a linguist. As a native speaker I never ever thought of this issue before. And as a person who learnt (or try to learn) some language I can only tell you to accept it as it is. But yes, it is not logical. At least not to me.
Jan
26
comment Is there a difference between “anschalten” and “einschalten”
To start a car: ein Auto anlassen (neither anschalten nor einschalten nor einlassen)
Jan
23
answered When would one use “im” and “am” rather than “in dem” and "an dem?
Jan
21
awarded  Supporter
Jan
19
awarded  Teacher
Jan
19
answered Is there a difference between “anschalten” and “einschalten”