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Feb
14
accepted Why the “-es” in phrases like “etwas Nasses”?
Feb
13
comment Why the “-es” in phrases like “etwas Nasses”?
How do I know it's neuter in this case instead of masculine or feminine?
Feb
13
comment Why the “-es” in phrases like “etwas Nasses”?
This doesn't answer my question.
Feb
13
revised Why the “-es” in phrases like “etwas Nasses”?
übersetzung
Feb
13
asked Why the “-es” in phrases like “etwas Nasses”?
Feb
3
awarded  Critic
Feb
3
comment What are some reading comprehension activities for early language learners?
This doesn't have anything to do with German specifically. I don't have the rep to vote to close, but I think it's probably off topic.
Feb
3
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
3
accepted What does this German sentence mean?
Feb
3
asked What does this German sentence mean?
Feb
2
comment Are second-hand books suitable for learning German?
I would argue that it's a good teacher who takes off marks for spelling things incorrectly. It's good to know about the old spellings and culture, sure, but when writing new material, it should be done properly. It's best to start them on that path young.
Jan
31
awarded  Enthusiast
Jan
28
accepted Was bedeutet eigentlich “laufen”?
Jan
27
awarded  Editor
Jan
27
revised Why is “ladies and gentlemen” translated as “meine Damen und Herren”?
slight grammar fix
Jan
27
suggested approved edit on Why is “ladies and gentlemen” translated as “meine Damen und Herren”?
Jan
27
asked Was bedeutet eigentlich “laufen”?
Jan
20
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
19
awarded  Teacher