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Apr
17
comment Is “Wie geht's (dir)?” actually supposed to be answered?
@c.p. "How are you" is certainly supposed to be answered. I guess you're thinking of "how do you do".
Apr
9
reviewed Approve What is the Bavarian phrase/joke translated as “I'll give it to you if we have it”?
Apr
7
reviewed Approve Is “Mir ist kalt” correct? Did I hear it correctly?
Apr
7
reviewed Approve What sort of correlation is there between “Abkommen” as a noun and “abkommen” as a verb?
Apr
3
reviewed Approve Welches Genus hat der Ersatz eines Titels durch dessen Autor? Warum ist der Duden männlich?
Mar
29
comment Warum „am Bahnhof ankommen“ anstatt „an den Bahnhof“?
Und deshalb auch "ich komme zu Hause an".
Mar
29
comment Warum „am Bahnhof ankommen“ anstatt „an den Bahnhof“?
Ich denke, du meinst entweder "zu (mit Dativ)" oder "an (mit Akkusativ)".
Mar
29
revised Warum „am Bahnhof ankommen“ anstatt „an den Bahnhof“?
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Mar
19
reviewed Approve Wegen, bezüglich, über. Is their use interchangeable?
Mar
18
comment Translate “Fanfare for the Common Man”
Isn't it possible to use "Mensch" here? Fanfare des einfachen Menschen.
Mar
12
reviewed Approve Welche Dinge “stellt” man auf den Tisch? Welche “legt” man?
Mar
9
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Feb
26
comment Grammatical cases in “Wie geht es dir?”
For example, "Wie gehst|fährst du dorthin"? In this case "du" is the subject (nominative).
Feb
26
answered Grammatical cases in “Wie geht es dir?”
Feb
16
reviewed Approve Difference between “einfach” and “nur”
Feb
8
comment Deklination des Wortes “viel-”
Zweites Ergebnis für Google-Suche nach "viel deklination": dsporto.de/ubungen/deklination17.htm
Feb
8
answered Lehrer, Lehrerin, Lehrerinnen; das Suffix der Nomen
Feb
7
revised Deklination des Wortes “viel-”
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Feb
7
revised Deklination des Wortes “viel-”
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Feb
7
answered Deklination des Wortes “viel-”