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Jun
6
revised When is it OK to drop the first-person e, as in „Ich hab'“?
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Jun
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comment When is it OK to drop the first-person e, as in „Ich hab'“?
@user There is a big fat "writing" in the first line?
Jun
6
comment When is it OK to drop the first-person e, as in „Ich hab'“?
@user my statement It is never OK to use "ich hab" in professional or official communication is related to writing. Show me an instance where the abbreviated form is used in a written, official document
Jun
6
comment When is it OK to drop the first-person e, as in „Ich hab'“?
@user but not in writing, which the paragraph was about.
Jun
6
comment Welche Dialektwörter werden im Standarddeutschen am meisten vermisst?
Ist das geil! Das Sächsische hat im Laufe der Jahrhunderte erkannt, daß für diesen Fall ein eigenes Wort nötig ist. Davon können sich die anderen Dialekte noch ein Stück abschneiden! :)
Jun
5
comment Welche Dialektwörter werden im Standarddeutschen am meisten vermisst?
@sl nicht wirklich, es kommt nicht häufig vor, ist aber durchaus gebräuchlich - z.B. Google "ist heuer" auf Spiegel.de - manche der Treffer sind alt, aber es sind auch aktuelle dabei.
Jun
5
comment Suche eine Quelle zu den NS-Einflüssen auf die deutsche Sprache
@toscho Auch wenn die ARGE-"Maßnahme" wahrscheinlich in vollem Ernst ersonnen wurde: Der Staat ist manchmal durchaus zu Selbstironie in der Lage. Heißt doch die offizielle Software für die Steuererklärung ELSTER. :)
Jun
4
comment Wie werden Namen von Adligen in Briefadressen korrekt angegeben?
Hast du eine konkrete Situation? Die Frage wird sonst wahrscheinlich zu "open-ended"
Jun
3
comment Schreibweise und Aussprache von aus dem Englischen stammenden Akronymen im Plural
Sehr interessante Frage!
Jun
3
comment Is there an equivalent prestige dialect of German in the same way Received Pronunciation is to English? If so, how did it come about?
yeah, I see now after reading the article.
Jun
3
comment Is there an equivalent prestige dialect of German in the same way Received Pronunciation is to English? If so, how did it come about?
Mmmmmm, to me, this is usually more of a desperate attempt of Swabians trying to sound like Hochdeutsch speakers, and failing. :) It's definitely local to Baden-Württemberg
Jun
3
comment Is there an equivalent prestige dialect of German in the same way Received Pronunciation is to English? If so, how did it come about?
@Samuel thanks! --
Jun
3
revised Is there an equivalent prestige dialect of German in the same way Received Pronunciation is to English? If so, how did it come about?
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Jun
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revised Is there an equivalent prestige dialect of German in the same way Received Pronunciation is to English? If so, how did it come about?
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Jun
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revised Is there an equivalent prestige dialect of German in the same way Received Pronunciation is to English? If so, how did it come about?
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Jun
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revised Is there an equivalent prestige dialect of German in the same way Received Pronunciation is to English? If so, how did it come about?
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Jun
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answered Is there an equivalent prestige dialect of German in the same way Received Pronunciation is to English? If so, how did it come about?
Jun
2
revised Wann schreibt man Zahlen aus?
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Jun
2
comment Wann schreibt man Zahlen aus?
@Oregon das ist die bessere Formulierung, bearbeitet. Danke!
Jun
2
comment Wann schreibt man Zahlen aus?
Guter link! ---