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reviewed Approve “Es gibt Zeiten, wo/zu den/zu welchen”
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reviewed Approve “Ich schaue hinein”
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reviewed Approve The grammatical function of “-en” in “aus dem Französischen, Englischen” etc.
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reviewed Approve Why is it “Tragödie um ihre Eltern” not “Tragödie von ihren Eltern”?
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revised About the German sound of “R” as in “mehr”
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Jan
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revised Is it an insult calling a lady “die alte Huhn”?
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revised How do you say “just because” in German?
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comment Is it an insult calling a lady “die alte Huhn”?
Ich kenne nur "die alte Henne".
Jan
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reviewed Excellent Was ist ein “Kurverein”?
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reviewed Satisfactory Sprachlicher Vergleich
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Jan
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reviewed Satisfactory Das Genus von »Teil«: der oder das?
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reviewed Excellent Reflexive “treffen” when planning to meet someone?
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reviewed Excellent A joke from “The Magic Mountain”/“Der Zauberberg” translated into English?
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reviewed Satisfactory Can “als” be used to refer to extended periods of time?
Dec
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reviewed Edit Can someone translate a German rhyme into English for me?
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reviewed Reviewed Can someone translate a German rhyme into English for me?
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revised Can someone translate a German rhyme into English for me?
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Dec
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comment Stellung von “auch”
An dem Artikel kann es nicht liegen. In allen vier Beispielen ist der Artikel unbestimmt – es ist nur so, daß er im Plural zu einem „“ verkümmert. „Ich habe Fahrräder auch“ klingt denn auch genauso schroh wie „Ich habe ein Fahrrad auch“. „Ich mag Fahrräder auch“ geht hingegen wunderbar. Also muß es am Verb liegen.
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reviewed Close in Genitive Singular for Masculine and Neutral nouns, it's added “-s” or “-es”?