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Apr
30
awarded  Yearling
Jul
16
comment Confusion in the usage of a case in a book sentence
seinem Frau would mean that his wife is a man. seinem indicates that the object is male (what can absolutly never happen here)
Jul
11
comment German word for “probability score” or “likelihood”?
I think if you would also provide an english version of your question you could get better answers. I dont think that many here can master german, mathematics (extended level) and english (related to mathematic vocabulary)
Jul
11
comment I have allowed (smth) vs. I have been allowed (smth)
Because i never heard it, it's hard to explain why it doesnt sound nice, that's just a feeling you have in a language ;) When i first saw your question i wasn't even sure if this word exists. PS: Mark as an answer if you havn't any further questions
Jul
11
revised I have allowed (smth) vs. I have been allowed (smth)
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Jul
11
comment I have allowed (smth) vs. I have been allowed (smth)
Gramatically it would be correct, but it doesnt sound very nice. "gedurft" you use/hear very rarely. Alternatively i would suggest you to use Ich habe etwas machen dürfen
Jul
11
awarded  Commentator
Jul
11
comment I have allowed (smth) vs. I have been allowed (smth)
yes you are correct this time ;)
Jul
11
answered I have allowed (smth) vs. I have been allowed (smth)
Jul
10
answered The adjective grauenkalt
Jun
24
answered Ist die Redewendung “das mache ich mit links” diskriminierend?
Jun
24
comment Plural von “Szenario”? Szenarien oder Szenarios?
ich mag ja die ironie dahinter das er das geposted hat...
Jun
24
awarded  Critic
Jun
10
answered Meaning of “einmal” as adverb
Jun
10
answered What is the difference between “versuchen” and “probieren”?
May
27
comment The use of an infinitive with the pronoun “es”
now it makes more sense and it is gramatically correct. can't say you why, but bleiben is mostly used for a undefined timespan if theres no additional note about timespan (Sie bleiben bis Montag). Es is a special case, i dont think theres a grammatical explenation for that
May
21
answered “Etwa” vs “ungefähr”. Gibt es einen Unterschied?
May
14
revised Alternate sentence construction using “lassen”
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May
14
comment What is the etymology of “eh” in “Ich habe eh nichts zu machen”?
okey, unfortunatly i dont know where this comes from, its just there, and i guess it isnt really necessary to know the etymology ;)
May
14
comment Alternate sentence construction using “lassen”
even if its a word-for-word translation, i wouldnt say its incorrect, the sentence. it sounds good and you instantly know what he meant. Maybe you could add an e, to make Reim plural, then it would sound even better