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revised German Accents: Austrian, German, or Swiss Standard German
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reviewed Excellent Explaining the adjective ending in “zum ersten Mal”
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reviewed Needs Improvement What is more common “von Mal zu Mal” or “Mal für Mal”?
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awarded  Custodian
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reviewed Satisfactory Warum “unter der Brücke hindurchgehen”?
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reviewed No Action Needed General German-English dictionary with Austrian/Swiss words
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reviewed Leave Open General German-English dictionary with Austrian/Swiss words
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comment Differences between types of Schorle
I am sure that this answers a question, now I just have to find out which.
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comment Differences between types of Schorle
de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schorle
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comment is it offensive to say “he looks like a player” using the female form for “a player”?
Without more context I would assume that the second translation is simply wrong.
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comment “Sich an/bei einer Hochschule bewerben” – Wie ist es richtig?
Related: german.stackexchange.com/questions/17250/…
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29
comment When to use “ist es” and when “es ist”?
Ard you sure that “flexed” is correct here? I could only find “inflected”. I am not good on English grammar terms, though.
Mar
29
comment What is the difference between “in” and “im”?
Welcome! Your answer seems at least misleading, though.
Mar
28
comment Ellipse in “ein paar vegetarische”
@O.R.Mapper, das hier aber auch immer alle so ernsthaft sind! :)
Mar
28
revised Ellipse in “ein paar vegetarische”
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Mar
28
answered Ellipse in “ein paar vegetarische”
Mar
26
comment “Jedes/r/e/n… noch so” mit Adjektiv im Superlativ - korrekt, stilistisch wackelig oder falsch
As I said, I agree :)
Mar
26
comment “Jedes/r/e/n… noch so” mit Adjektiv im Superlativ - korrekt, stilistisch wackelig oder falsch
Da beide Antworten keine Belege liefern, ist dies wohl eine Abstimmung über die Korrektheit. Ich stimme mit Dir ;)
Mar
26
comment “an immer” in the sentence
Du hast zwar recht, dass die Formulierung schlecht ist, aber Du kannst nicht einfach ein Zitat verändern ohne das kenntlich zu machen.
Mar
25
comment When to use “das + [verb] vs. ”ich + [verb]"
„Ich habe einen Herzfrequenzmesser, damit erkenne ich, wenn ich mich beim Laufen stark verausgabe.“ „Das merke ich auch so.“ Seems perfectly fine to me.