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comment Modal verb sentence order
If you're supposed to making sentences, why make questions?
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comment “zu” phrase with separable verb
@Vogel612: I posted it as a comment not an answer because I wasn't sure if it was correct
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comment “zu” phrase with separable verb
Would you use the first one because only modal and auxiliary verbs can connect to another verb so the "zu weinen" has to be its own clause which would then be outside of the Satzklammer of the first clause?
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asked keiner/jeder vs niemand/alle
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comment Mixing of 'tschüss' and 'ciao' in saying farewell
This is pretty irrelevant to the question, but 2 weeks ago when I was getting off my plane in Munich, I accidently mixed "tchüss" and "tschau" and it came out like "tschau-üss"
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accepted Verb for denoting location
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answered What are the resources to learn to pronouce words the right way?
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comment Most terrible-sounding mistakes in German
I'm not going to put this as an answer, but one of my classmates in AP German ([supposed]college-level German in high school) last year always said "Ich hat..." no matter how many times he was corrected.
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comment Are the words Deutsch and Durch homophones?
You can use dict.cc or forvo.com to listen to pronunciations of words. But no, they are not homophones.