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Nov
2
comment Is the Rechtschreibreform legally binding?
@Ingmar this might give problems when the other party later denies this contract (or a certain part of it).
Sep
24
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Sep
24
comment Is it “auf den Laufenden” or “auf den laufenden”?
@Jan »Da muss ich dich aber auf den Laufenden bringen« :-)
Sep
10
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Sep
10
comment Beispiele für Konstruktionen, die sowohl mit Dativ als auch mit Akkusativ funktionieren (und eine unterschiedliche Bedeutung haben)?
@Olaf: Beim Warten ist "auf + Akkusativ" allerdings keine Ortsangabe.
Aug
22
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Aug
22
revised What Are Ways to Say “Out of Date” In German?
Without context "it" seems to be "out of date", which is certainly not "unvergänglich".
Aug
22
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Jun
6
comment What are the differences in punctuation between German and English?
Mostly these you have listed in the end of your answer, like "Peugot Partner", "Esperanto Haus", "Schrödinger Zentrum". Sorry if that was not clear.
Jun
5
comment What are the differences in punctuation between German and English?
As far as I know, In Switzerland you would use the quotes in French style: « text », instead of German style: »text«.
Jun
5
comment What are the differences in punctuation between German and English?
My theory about English composites is that the substantives there (other than the last) role as attributes (like adjectives, but not changing form), which they can't in German. This misuse in German (and Esperanto, too) is my favorite mistake.
Jun
5
comment What is the German equivalent of foo, bar, baz?
Yes, when reading code (and trying to understand it), usage of foo doesn't really help.
Jun
3
comment Gibt es ein Eigenschaftswort für den Zustand, wenn man keinen Durst hat?
Hmm, ich habe vor ein paar Tagen einen halben Liter Tee am Stück getrunken, und war dann auch ziemlich voll - mehr trinken ging nicht.
Jun
3
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Jun
3
comment A German word for non-alcoholic, carbonated, sweet drinks?
@Tim: Yes, Limonade does not at all include being citrus based - it could be any fruit (for example, cherry and woodruff are common).