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comment How do I say “It looks like”?
@DerPolyglott33 - Yes, you can say it as follows: Sieht so aus, als ob ich wieder nach Deutschland fahre. (Oder fahren werde.) - Funny thing here is the syntax inversion, verb goes to the end. Guess there's some rule for it, somewhere … ;) Question of Hauptsatz / Nebensatz, glaub ich.
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revised The plural of “Alter”?
manchmal wohl doch benutzt
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comment The plural of “Alter”?
@Toscho - Kann sein, daß es hier und da benutzt wird. Mir klingt es ungewohnt.
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comment How do I say 'For God's sake' in German?
When asking for translation, it's important to provide context because expressions don't map 1:1 from one language to the other.
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revised How do I say “It looks like”?
looks like, feels like
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answered The plural of “Alter”?
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answered How do I say “It looks like”?
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answered What's the difference between “untersuchen” and “analysieren”?
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comment Expressing processes in the past with “als”
@karoshi - Whether something is a moment in time is a matter of perspective. Your entire childhood or the 17th century can be moments in time if you're talking about your biography or European history.
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answered Split or concatenate words like “kennenzulernen” or “kennen zu lernen”, respectively?
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answered Can “als” be used to refer to extended periods of time?
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answered Meaning of “noch” in context
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answered Is “die Öffentlichkeit” the same as “the public”?
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revised Expressing processes in the past with “als”
added thoughts on »als«
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answered Expressing processes in the past with “als”