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This is just a generic profile. If you're really interested in my thoughts, try my website: http://www.allen-poole.com. There you will find my blog and my thoughts on business as a web developer. Constructive criticism is more than welcome.

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Analysis of prototype based inheritance.
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revised Welche Schriftsteller oder Dichter waren für die Entwicklung der deutschen Sprache ausschlaggebend?
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revised Welche Schriftsteller oder Dichter waren für die Entwicklung der deutschen Sprache ausschlaggebend?
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Jan
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comment Welche Schriftsteller oder Dichter waren für die Entwicklung der deutschen Sprache ausschlaggebend?
@Em1 Thank you for the corrections. My German is mediocre, but I wanted to try "in good faith" as it were. As to Wikipedia, I see a few names listed as being examples, but I don't see an exemplar. Is there none?
Jan
30
comment Welche Schriftsteller oder Dichter waren für die Entwicklung der deutschen Sprache ausschlaggebend?
As a side note: Tolkien's translation of that poem was masterful
Jan
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asked Welche Schriftsteller oder Dichter waren für die Entwicklung der deutschen Sprache ausschlaggebend?
Jun
9
comment Wie viele sind “ein paar”?
For clarification: in English pair = 2; few = 3; several = 4; handful = 5; half dozen = 6. Each can imply some variance, but the general consensus is with those numbers.
Jun
9
comment Das Highlander-Prinzip
@splattne Thanks, my German admittedly needs work.
Jun
9
comment Milch? Milsh? Why the pronunciation difference?
@deceze e and i (and I believe all consonants) are always followed by [ç].
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Jun
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comment What is the Bavarian phrase/joke translated as “I'll give it to you if we have it”?
@Oliver pardon my ignorance, but don't if and when translate to the same word in German?
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