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I am a PhD student (Physics).


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awarded  Curious
Mar
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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accepted Placement of “nur” if referred to verb in a sentence with complements
Jan
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asked Placement of “nur” if referred to verb in a sentence with complements
Jan
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accepted Deutsche Wörter für “cheap”
Jan
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asked Deutsche Wörter für “cheap”
Jan
6
comment Wann kann man “sehr viel” benutzen?
Wonderful, I've got it: sehr viel is the superlative of viel, that is, "moltissimo" in Italian. Thank you!
Jan
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accepted Wann kann man “sehr viel” benutzen?
Jan
6
comment Wann kann man “sehr viel” benutzen?
Du sagst: "es regnet viel"; aber "ich bin sehr traurig" (aud italienisch würdest du "molto" in die beide Satzen benutzen), also, ich denke, "sehr" geht vor einen Adjektiv, "viel" (adverb) geht wenn keinen Namen gibt.
Jan
6
comment Wann kann man “sehr viel” benutzen?
So, since sehr and viel both mean "molto/much" (I know they're not equivalent). Is it simply that you reinforce the adverb "viel" with "sehr", so that "sehr viel" is a reiforcement of the simple "viel" here?
Jan
6
asked Wann kann man “sehr viel” benutzen?
Jan
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awarded  Nice Question
Dec
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accepted Asking someone if he/she likes something
Dec
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asked Asking someone if he/she likes something
Dec
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accepted Wann benutzt man “laufen” und wann “rennen”?
Dec
29
asked Wann benutzt man “laufen” und wann “rennen”?
Dec
13
comment Unterschied zwischen “anmachen” und “einschalten”
@Emanuel Thanks. I need to clarify that I made the examples up, I have no idea whether it's a regionalism or not. I just needed something to write a sentence.
Dec
13
accepted Unterschied zwischen “anmachen” und “einschalten”
Dec
13
asked Unterschied zwischen “anmachen” und “einschalten”
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comment Why does one need accusative after the impersonal construct “es gibt”?
Thank you, it's clear now! Ooops, I meant to use pen (Feder) instead of Fehler, having an error on the table does not make much sense :P!