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Mar
24
comment What is the determiner for Ostern?
I understand that the dictionary tells half the story but i think if you edit the question to the post you wrote, it will attract quite a lot of downvotes and it will be quite a disaster since it won't fit the "how to ask a question" standards on stackexchange =) I hope you understand the predicament.
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revised What is the determiner for Ostern?
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Mar
24
comment What is the determiner for Ostern?
@Carsten-S, why did you remove all the information to the post and replace it with "What's up with that?"...
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comment Words where changing “ß” to “ss” changes the meaning, e.g., “Maßen” to “Massen”
The question is when considering ß→ss , when will it change the meaning of the word. If so, please explain using an example or two and does that phenomenon only happen for some words, if there's a reason why it happens, it would be nice. It's more about the usage of ß→ss more than the rules that governs it.
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comment Words where changing “ß” to “ss” changes the meaning, e.g., “Maßen” to “Massen”
That would be funny if someone's (vor)name is Lüftung ;P
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comment Words where changing “ß” to “ss” changes the meaning, e.g., “Maßen” to “Massen”
Change the question accordingly but it's necessary to know if there are rules and whether this is an isolated case =)
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asked Words where changing “ß” to “ss” changes the meaning, e.g., “Maßen” to “Massen”
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accepted Which prepositional phrase should come first?
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asked Which prepositional phrase should come first?
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accepted Is it “der” or “die” Chicorée? And other multi-gender words?
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accepted Does German differentiate between a “pomelo” and a “grapefruit”?
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accepted “Obst”, “Frucht”, “Früchte” – when to use which?
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