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May
24
comment Why no perfect participle? “Sie hat sich scheiden lassen”
Although this is true for standard German, there are quite some dialects where the perfect participle is commonly used to in those cases.
May
24
comment How rude is “Quatsch!”?
I would like to emphasize on the relevance of the tone. Quatsch itself is more or less inoffensive, but using a loud and angry tone can make it quite offensive. That's probably quiet similar to the English nonsense.
May
24
comment What do we have to take care of when trying to learn grammar from spoken conversations?
Although many Germans think the Saarland belongs to France – no, I am German. ;)