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answered What does “alles” mean here?
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comment Translation of the idiom “no harm, no foul” in German
@gnasher729: I said that "Wo kein Kläger, da kein Richter" is "probably the closest" to the English idiom, not that they were the same. Often, there are no literal translations from one language to another, only reasonable "equivalents."
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accepted Is Either “Im Morgen” or “Am Morgen” More Correct in German?
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comment Is Either “Im Morgen” or “Am Morgen” More Correct in German?
@MartinSchwehla: OK, fixed. Thanks for your help.
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answered Why “verschwende” and not “verschwendest” in this song?
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comment Is Either “Im Morgen” or “Am Morgen” More Correct in German?
@HubertSchölnast: Fair enough. Thanks for your help.
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comment Is Either “Im Morgen” or “Am Morgen” More Correct in German?
The question is in two parts: 1) Is my "default" translation (im Morgen) wrong? and 2) When are the times when it might be right?
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comment Is Either “Im Morgen” or “Am Morgen” More Correct in German?
@CarstenSchultz: I added an example and clarified my concerns.
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comment Is Either “Im Morgen” or “Am Morgen” More Correct in German?
Great answer on both counts. I kept the verses "in line" with the original French lyrics. It's from "Un Homme et Une Femme in 1966, before some people on this site were born.
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comment Is Either “Im Morgen” or “Am Morgen” More Correct in German?
@c.p.: I narrowed the question further to ask if I have been making a mistake up to now by using "im Morgen.
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