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revised Which one is correct – “dieser Laptop” or “diesen Laptop”?
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answered Which one is correct – “dieser Laptop” or “diesen Laptop”?
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answered How should I say something like “I'm” instead of “I am” in German?
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comment Die Wüste auf dem Rücken eines Kamels zu durchqueren, war einfach berauschend
@hiergiltdiestfu On second thought, you may be right. :) I didn't know that intoxicating has the exact (2nd) meaning as in German.
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comment Die Wüste auf dem Rücken eines Kamels zu durchqueren, war einfach berauschend
Side node: intoxicating is not the right word for berauschend here. It should be heady or exciting.
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comment What does “Ich brauch mal Storno” mean?
@O.R.Mapper Is there really such a word as Stornoschlüssel? Or is a key which also can be used for other things, like the "Abschluss" at the end of the day?
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comment Word order of “Glücklicherweise hat mich jemand herein gelassen”
@Cochrane No, not correct, but almost. The correct version would be: "Glücklicherweise wurde ich von jemandem hereingelassen."
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