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Mar
22
comment The loanwords of which languages are to be faithfully pronounced when speaking German?
Puzzle kenne ich nur als [/ˈpʊzl̩/].
Mar
5
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Feb
23
awarded  Yearling
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
15
revised Wann benutzt man Perfekt, wann Präteritum?
corrected spelling
Jun
15
reviewed Reviewed Wann benutzt man Perfekt, wann Präteritum?
Jun
15
suggested approved edit on Wann benutzt man Perfekt, wann Präteritum?
Jun
8
comment Wie ist die richtige Schreibweise – “geliket”? “geliked”?
Provided Google counts are accurate, which they aren't...
May
29
revised “Hat erfolgt”? Echt?
typo in title
May
29
suggested approved edit on “Hat erfolgt”? Echt?
Mar
3
comment Which German word contains the most ä, ö, ü, and ß in any variation?
I would suggest not looking for the word with the most äöüß, but with the largest ratio of them (and strictly longer than two letters).
Feb
23
awarded  Yearling
Feb
20
awarded  Custodian
Feb
20
reviewed Reviewed How to know which form of “all, alle, allen, aller, allem, alles” to use?
Feb
20
comment Joining related events only with comma
Well, I didn't say they were. But saying "Both are correct. Really. No kidding.", I felt something left out. Namely, that native speakers would probably never use either sentence.
Feb
20
comment Joining related events only with comma
@collapsar I only used "That's not my fault" figuratively. Of course I agree with you about no clear-cut answers.
Feb
20
comment Joining related events only with comma
@collapsar That's not really my fault. Even in a list, listing gestern war ich draußen with ich ging am Abend ins Kino leaves the listener confused. Gestern nachmittag would be much better. Personally, I interpret my example 1(b) as meaning gestern abend.
Feb
20
awarded  Enlightened
Feb
20
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Feb
19
answered Joining related events only with comma