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I am the author of TeX Tutorials on Youtube.

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revised fordern vs. fördern: Is there any relationship between the two etymologically?
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asked fordern vs. fördern: Is there any relationship between the two etymologically?
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answered Does -istisch, -ismisch translate to -istic, -ismic?
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revised Genitiv von Fallnamen
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revised Why isn't accusative used in the sentence “Wann macht der Supermarkt auf?”
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answered Genitiv von Fallnamen
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revised Why isn't accusative used in the sentence “Wann macht der Supermarkt auf?”
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revised Why isn't accusative used in the sentence “Wann macht der Supermarkt auf?”
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answered List of 1000+ (most common) German nouns with plural form
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revised Is there a German-English dictionary in PDF (or that works offline)?
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answered Is there a German-English dictionary in PDF (or that works offline)?
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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answered Why isn't accusative used in the sentence “Wann macht der Supermarkt auf?”
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revised Most efficient way to learn German?
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revised Most efficient way to learn German?
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comment Wie kommst du zu? / Wie kommst du in?
Yes, to elaborate, in die Schule is accusative, which translations to into AKA getting into the school e.g. through the main entrance or back entrace (English does not have an accusative case for this example, it just bundles prepositions to describe motion), while zur Schule is referring to the mode of transport e.g. by car, by bus etc.
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answered Most efficient way to learn German?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted What is the etymology of “eh” in “Ich habe eh nichts zu machen”?