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Aug
27
revised Does “Tschüssie” sound a little …weiblich?
Edit to clarify difference between description and proscription
May
7
revised Who got introduced to whom first in this sentence?
fixed error
May
5
revised Deklination von “(Schoko-)Raspel(n)” und “(Hornhaut-)Raspeln”
expansion to include actual answer to OP's question
Mar
4
revised Indicating heritage rather than nationality
minor corrections
Feb
24
revised “So bin ich” vs “Ich auch”
incorporation of Takkat's comment
Oct
31
revised Vor + Dative usage for action towards something
incorporation of Emanuel's comment
Aug
20
revised Besser als meines – why “meines”?
sorted out the wrong bit at the end - since the answer got accepted, an error like this should be remedied asap.
Jun
4
revised Doubt about a sentence translation and word order
added 330 characters in body
Mar
6
revised Wann Anführungsstriche, wann kursiv?
Zitat verdeutlicht und korrigiert (letzte Zeile!!!)
Dec
27
revised Bedeutungsverschiebung bei Umstellung von Satz mit “selbst”?
added 4 characters in body
Oct
17
revised auf meinem Handy drauf
clarification, incorporation of comment
Oct
9
revised Is there any difference in the words “roast” and “fry” in German?
fixed mistake, pointed out by chirlu
Sep
20
revised Confused by a sentence using “erleben”
clarification, incorporation of comments
Sep
19
revised 'Schau sie dir doch an'
added elena's comment
Sep
13
revised What is the most fitting translation of “Try me!”?
incorporated reference to Emanuel's answer
Aug
16
revised Which common mistakes do Spanish native speakers studying German make?
Removed some typos and spelling errors. - did a bit of cleaning up
Aug
2
revised “Frühstück” or “Morgenessen”
idiomatic clarification
Jul
17
revised Does “Tschüssie” sound a little …weiblich?
incorporated falkb's comment
Jul
9
revised What does “durchwebt” mean?
added 205 characters in body
Jul
9
revised What's the difference in usage between “machen” and “tun”?
clarification, incorporation of comments