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revised Does “sollen” imply an external agent?
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answered Does “sollen” imply an external agent?
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comment What is the role of “dr-” at the beginning of certain adverbs?
Can you give some examples?
Sep
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answered Unterschied der Begriffe “Metzgerei”, “Fleischerei” und “Schlachterei”
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answered How do I decline “jemand” or “niemand”?
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revised What does “das wäre aber nicht nötig gewesen” mean?
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answered What does “das wäre aber nicht nötig gewesen” mean?
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answered 'eternal' (ohne Anfang und Ende) und 'everlasting' (ohne Ende) im Deutschen
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revised What is the difference between “ist” and “es”?
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answered What is the difference between “ist” and “es”?
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comment How does one say “Politically Correct” in German?
"Feige", as well as "Opportunistisch" and its synonyms are very far-fetched and don't have a direct relation to "PC". They imply that "PC" is used only for one's personal advantage and against one's inner convictions. That is not necessarily the reason for expressing in a PC way. "Diplomatisch" and, more negative, "angepasst" are a better fit. "Konfliktscheu" is an over-interpretation.
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comment Which one is a better synonym for “Vordenker”: Vorreiter/Freidenker/Pionier?
Avantgarde, literally "Vorhut", is a group or movement of more than one individual. Some or all of that group can be "Vordenker", but you would not identify a single person with Avantgarde You would call a single person a member or part of the Avantgarde.
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revised Gibt es Regeln für die Pluralbildung von Phantasiewörtern?
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comment Gibt es Regeln für die Pluralbildung von Phantasiewörtern?
@takrl Der -i-Plural ist mir nur für aus dem Lateinischen stammende Wörter geläufig, die mit -us oder -um enden. Simulacron gehört da ja nicht dazu.