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Jul
18
awarded  Yearling
Jul
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do I use the verb(s) fallen lassen (“to drop”) in the informal singular imperative?
Jun
29
reviewed Leave Open How can “Dense plasma focus” be translated?
Jun
23
reviewed Looks OK International interpretation of “Public viewing”
Jun
21
reviewed Leave Closed Most terrible-sounding mistakes in German
Jun
19
reviewed Reviewed How do Germans react to foreigners messing up noun genders?
Jun
19
reviewed No Action Needed Wann verwendet man “bei” und wann “auf”
Jun
18
reviewed Close Idiom: einen Türken bauen. Etymology?
Jun
18
comment Idiom: einen Türken bauen. Etymology?
This question appears to be off-topic because its answer can be easily googled.
Apr
5
reviewed Satisfactory Wie sagt man “Hug bug” auf Deutsch?
Apr
5
reviewed Excellent How to explain the ending -en in “dem alten Hafenviertel” if we know it's in dative?
Apr
5
reviewed Excellent How do you structure a German sentence to represent the English construct “at [action]”?
Apr
5
reviewed Satisfactory Accurate words to communicate the concept of “dating”
Apr
5
reviewed Satisfactory Tight and Narrow = Eng und Schmal?
Mar
7
reviewed Close Kann man „tut mir leid“ sagen, wenn ein Dritter den Fehler macht?
Mar
7
reviewed Close How is the verb “singen” used in different tenses?
Feb
28
answered Zusagen plus Dativ
Feb
22
reviewed Reopen Help identify word - 'Ja imm(?)' with the meaning 'Yes, exactly'
Feb
22
reviewed Leave Open What does “vorm” mean?
Feb
17
comment Ich gebe Dir eine Hand beim Deutschlernen vs. Ich helfe Dir beim Deutschlernen
Jemandem geht man nur zur Hand, wenn es um die Erledigung einer (meistens körperlicher) Aufgabe geht. Und es steckt IMO ein bisschen ein Rangunterschied drin: Wenn der Lehrling das erste Mal ein Rohr montieren darf und der Meister hilft ihm dabei, dann würde man nicht sagen "zur Hand gehen". Umgekehrt schon.