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bio website xkcd.com/386
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Ich bin Muttersprachler mit einem Faible für deutsche Dialekte.

Nebenbei habe ich einen Twitter-Account.


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comment How can I better learn noun genders?
@lootsch Oops, that slipped under the radar. o_O Thanks for reminding me!
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comment How can I better learn noun genders?
@herrturtur Yes, that's what it means. ;) I think "fff" is a pain to look at. I've learned in school that two is right, and so I'm sticking to it. See canoo.net
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comment How can I better learn noun genders?
+1 for the der/die Messer example. Curious how many stumbling blocks there are that you aren't even aware of as a native speaker.
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comment How can I better learn noun genders?
@herrturtur You are right, with the old orthography rules it would. I usually write in old orthography, but for this case I figured it would be better to use the official version.
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comment In welchen Regionen ist die dem-sein-Form gebräuchlich?
@feeela: Daher auch das "umgangssprachlich". Von Standarddeutsch, wie es in einem Schulaufsatz gefordert wäre, war ganz explizit nicht die Rede. Zumal man für diesen Fall die Angabe einer Region weglassen kann, da das Standdarddeutsche überall gilt.
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comment “mehr als unschön”?
+1 - vielleicht liegt es ja an meinem Programmiererhintergrund, daß ich das logisch finde.