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reviewed No Action Needed When to use ‘wie viel’ and when ‘wie viele’?
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reviewed No Action Needed What is a good word for “introduction” as a section heading in a written piece?
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reviewed No Action Needed “Stem-Changing Verbs” vs “Strong Verbs”
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reviewed Leave Open Should a German relative clause directly follow the noun it describes, like in English?
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reviewed Close When should I use Perfekt and when Präteritum?
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comment Wortstellung mit 'glauben'
The second one is the proper construction, however I hear native German speakers use the first construction frequently. I would like to know if the first is downright incorrect or if it is simply used for speed or another reason.
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comment When “to me” is “zu mir” and not “mir”
@Chris I see that. Thank you very much. I'm grateful and it is much clearer. :)
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accepted When “to me” is “zu mir” and not “mir”