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accepted Was bedeutet “gerne” nach einem Verb in der Befehlsform?
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accepted “to make faces” = “Gesichter machen”?
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accepted Vergessen = “to forget” AND “to forget about”?
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comment “to make faces” = “Gesichter machen”?
That's interesting. I just want to make sure I make the best choice here for the correct answer soas to benefit the community. Honestly, Takkat's answer is what I was "hoping" for! :) But if "Gesicht machen" isn't common or specific enough, these other options are definitely helpful.
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comment “to make faces” = “Gesichter machen”?
So Takkat says that the expression "Gesicht machen" works just fine. Does that sound strange to you? Just wondering why one speaker wouldn't mention it and offer 3-4 other possibilities when someone else says the expressions are the same in both languages. Or maybe I just don't really understand the import of your statement that my original sentence "sounds generally okay."
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asked Was bedeutet “gerne” nach einem Verb in der Befehlsform?
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asked “to make faces” = “Gesichter machen”?
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revised Vergessen = “to forget” AND “to forget about”?
spelled 'dass' with only one -s