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bio website uncovery.net
location Hong Kong
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awarded  Yearling
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answered Tieferes Verständnis von “jeder” und “alle”
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comment How to address more than one person in an E-mail?
Eheleute is not used in normal conversations or letters. I would not recommend using it. It sounds like a lawyer speaking.
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awarded  Custodian
Mar
17
reviewed Reviewed What is “schlagen” slang for?
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17
comment What is “schlagen” slang for?
This is not an answer to the question "what is schlagen slang for".
Mar
16
answered Usage of colloquial word (Ach ja)
Mar
16
revised What are the differences between “bekommen”, “erhalten”, “entgegennehmen”, “empfangen”, “besorgen” and “kriegen”?
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answered What are the differences between “bekommen”, “erhalten”, “entgegennehmen”, “empfangen”, “besorgen” and “kriegen”?
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revised Is there a difference between 'Gegenstand', 'Sache', 'Ding', and 'Dinge'?
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comment Is there a difference between 'Gegenstand', 'Sache', 'Ding', and 'Dinge'?
@userunknown When you want to say "This is a complex issue", you cannot replace "Sache" with "Ding". If you go in the other direction, you can of course change things. You could also say "Die Sache is kompliziert". I will explain better above.
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awarded  Editor
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awarded  Supporter
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revised Is there a difference between 'Gegenstand', 'Sache', 'Ding', and 'Dinge'?
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15
awarded  Teacher
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15
answered Is there a difference between 'Gegenstand', 'Sache', 'Ding', and 'Dinge'?