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Oct
24
comment Ordinalzahl nach Artikeln
Man könnte auch so ergänzen: "der Dicke" -> "der dicke Mann", trotzdem schreibt man im ersten Fall "Dicke" groß.
Oct
22
comment Regular compound verbs with irregular root verbs
Note that there are also cases where the same verb, with the same prefix, can have two different conjugations (regular and irregular) depending on the use case. For example, "erschrecken": "du hast mich erschreckt", but "ich bin erschrocken".
Oct
22
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Oct
21
comment Genitive in “alle des Staates Überdrüssigen”
Would "... alle Überdrussigen des Staates" also work?
Oct
11
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Oct
3
comment Meaning of “unfreiwillig komisch”
Seems ok to me. Something that ends up looking or being funny, even if that was not intended or intentional. Also beware that "komisch" can also mean "strange".
Oct
1
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Sep
25
comment how to say “It does not make any difference”?
Also: "es ist gleich", "es ist egal".
Sep
25
comment How to express that something was done not by me, but for/to me?
@MarcMosby Of course, the double infinitive! I should have known it. Thanks.
Sep
24
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Sep
23
comment How to express that something was done not by me, but for/to me?
@Ingmar Interesting. Then if one wanted to use the present perfect would it be "Ich habe ... lassen gehabt"?
Sep
22
comment How to express that something was done not by me, but for/to me?
@gerhard Shouldn't it be "ich habe ... installieren gelassen"/"ich habe ... schneiden gelassen"?
Sep
21
comment If “Mensch” is masculine, why is it “ein ehrlicher Mensch”?
"Ein" is the masculine indefinite article in the nominative ("der" is the definite article).
Sep
15
comment fahren in (die oder den) Sommerferien
@Sam, Siehe hier: duden.de/rechtschreibung/waehrend_binnen_inmitten
Sep
10
awarded  Yearling
Sep
10
accepted Brauchen as modal (again)
Sep
10
awarded  Inquisitive
Sep
9
asked Brauchen as modal (again)
Aug
18
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
13
comment Word order in run-on sentence with “zollen”
"Vor zwei Jahren hatte sich Bromeis ... gewagt". "Nach knapp 400 Kilometern hatte Bromeis den Belastugen Tribut zollen müssen". "Nach knapp 400 Kilometern hatte Bromeis abbrechen müssen".