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comment Driving to X: “zu X” or “nach X”?
Related: german.stackexchange.com/questions/8479/…
Feb
10
revised What does the word “Schickimicki” mean?
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Feb
9
revised How to use the verb “erinnern”
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Feb
9
comment Are there differences between “in [Language]”, “im [Language]+en” and “auf [Language]”, or can they be used interchangeably?
Question 3 is the interesting part, I guess. Question 2 might be a duplicate, and Question 1 is only about orthography, which is boring :)
Feb
8
revised Steigerung von „falsch“
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Feb
8
revised Does it matter if I use the word “obligatorisch” or “zwingend” for compulsory?
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Feb
8
comment schließen und Zustandsveränderung
Ich empfinde in diesem Kontext „wir haben geöffnet“ nicht als Perfekt.
Feb
8
comment Zwei Verben mit zwei direkten Objekten in einem Satz
I think we will need @Iván to clarify what exactly he meant. (See how I used need? This is how I understood it in the question, which is, I think, different from your translation.)
Feb
8
comment Zwei Verben mit zwei direkten Objekten in einem Satz
To clarify, who is supposed to buy something in the example?
Feb
8
comment Zwei Verben mit zwei direkten Objekten in einem Satz
Except that that does not mean the same as the English sentence was probably intended to mean.
Feb
8
comment Zwei Verben mit zwei direkten Objekten in einem Satz
The English construction has no direct German counterpart, all of your attempts are wrong. Expand it into a construction with a relative clause and try to translate that.
Feb
7
comment zu and verb stem: written together or not?
Yes, nachdenken is separable: Ich denke nach. Therefore, nachzudenken.
Feb
7
answered zu and verb stem: written together or not?
Feb
7
comment Suffix “-n” in end of accusative “Namen”
Since the answer is in the title, I do not understand the question.
Feb
6
comment Difference between “Notizen” and “Aufzeichnungen” to mean notes
What are sky notes?
Feb
4
comment Des „Skriptes“ oder „Skripts“
Ist denn Kaffee ohne Zucker älter als mit? ;)
Feb
4
comment Des „Skriptes“ oder „Skripts“
Mit geschwundenem e. Das ist ja fast wie Kaffee mit ohne Zucker.
Feb
3
comment What's the German word for 'brinicle'?
Ok, ich hätte mir die Historie ansehen sollen.
Feb
2
comment What's the German word for 'brinicle'?
de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eisstalaktit
Feb
2
comment Unterschied zwischen den Indefinitivartikeln „manch-“ und „einig-“
Den Singular betreffend hast Fu natürlich recht, deine Ausführungen zum Plural finde ich nicht erhellend.