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accepted “Absoluter Liebling der ist …”
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comment “Absoluter Liebling der ist …”
Richtig, ich bearbeite die Frage.
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comment “Absoluter Liebling der ist …”
Ja, auch "der Chinesen" ist sinnvol.
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comment Polite expression of extreme surprise
Better wait for a native speaker on this one. To me, neither "was zum Teufel" nor "was zur Hölle" seem especially rude or vulgar, but I can't really say for sure.
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answered Polite expression of extreme surprise
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awarded  Critic
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comment Wie weiß man, welches richtiges Verb man verwenden soll, um “to cause” zu sagen
Es ist "der Tod".
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accepted What happens if a genitive relative pronoun has to be declined?
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comment What happens if a genitive relative pronoun has to be declined?
That makes perfect sense, thanks.
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revised What happens if a genitive relative pronoun has to be declined?
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revised What happens if a genitive relative pronoun has to be declined?
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revised What happens if a genitive relative pronoun has to be declined?
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asked What happens if a genitive relative pronoun has to be declined?
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accepted Translation of “it all depends on what you believe in”
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comment Is “dingsbums” offensive, rude, vulgar, etc?
The english "bang" may have a similar history or origin as "bums"/"bumsen".