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comment How to say “I come from Beijing, China” in German?
@TehMacDawg: What's wrong with the pronunciation [ˈpeːkiŋ]? I'd say that this is the correct pronunciation in Germany!
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Mar
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revised Can I use “doch” as negation to “es ist meine Schuld”?
tried to make answer clearer; added example
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comment When to use Perfekt and Präteritum?
@Ali: You asked a really good question there. I think I can't give a better answer than Emanuel.
Jul
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comment Wie nennt man eine “Pusteblume” in Standarddeutsch?
Aus Spiegel-Online: "Es besteht zu 99,99 Prozent aus Luft, so dass es auf einer Pusteblume liegen kann, ohne sie zu zerstören."
Jul
8
comment Translation of “gut x kilometer”
This really doesn't fit "gut dreißig Kilometer"!
Jul
7
comment Verbreitung und gefühlte Unhöflichkeit von “Was denn?” im Vergleich zu “Was?” und “Hä?”
Ich komme aus Norddeutschland und habe "Was denn" auch noch nie in dem Zusammenhang gehört.
Jul
7
comment Is an “Internetseite” also a website?
I think often one can just omit the word "website". Can you give me examples where you'd use it?
Jul
2
comment What is the relationship between “Hochzeit” and “Hochmut?”
@Kevin: See in particular the last part of the question, "not can I relate either of them to the prefix hoch". The latter is clearly possible, and for me that's the main point of the question.
Jul
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comment “Cute” in German
@Jan: If you follow the link then you see that it was two translations, "klug" and "schnuckelig". I've edited the question accordingly.
Jul
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revised “Cute” in German
comma missing!!
Jun
22
comment Gibt es andere Sätze wie “Wenn Fliegen hinter Fliegen fliegen, fliegen Fliegen Fliegen hinterher”?
duden.de/rechtschreibung/polken
Jun
21
comment Difference between “Jaegermeister” and “Waidmann”
@TecBrat: Unless you're very advanced, my advice is: for your active knowledge, forget "Waidmann" and learn "Jäger".
Jun
21
comment Translation of “cash flow management”
I guess you're right, and your advice is sound if you need those managers think well of you. However, if that's not important, then using appropriate translations is recommendable.