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revised “Don't all shout at once” in German
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Mar
25
comment How to say “Class of” in German?
"Abijahrgang 2019", where appropriate.
Mar
12
comment “Gehören” mit Akkusativ oder Dativ?
@TaW Da sieht man aber keinen Kasus. ;)
Mar
12
revised Why genitive pronoun “des” used with proper nouns?
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Mar
12
revised “Gehören” mit Akkusativ oder Dativ?
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answered “Gehören” mit Akkusativ oder Dativ?
Feb
27
reviewed No Action Needed The difference between “mein” and “meine”
Feb
27
reviewed Leave Open Is Either “Im Morgen” or “Am Morgen” More Correct in German?
Jan
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comment How do you say “I was driving when it happened.” seeing as German has no Progressive Tense?
A closer and more accurate translation could be "Ich saß gerade am Steuer...", but anyway, +1 for "gerade", which is the crucial element in conveying the progressive meaning.
Nov
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reviewed Close How is “eine Frau” correct but “eine Mädchen” is not!
Nov
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reviewed Close Wann verwendet man “bei” und wann “auf”
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reviewed Approve Wann verwendet man “bei” und wann “auf”
Nov
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revised Kommasetzung bei “war dass”
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revised Podcasts in colloquial German
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answered Podcasts in colloquial German
Oct
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Oct
8
comment Ausdruck “historisch gewachsen” auf Englisch?
You translation means something entirely different. "Historisch gewachsen" means that something is the way it is because of the history of its creation and modifications. It might look different if it had from the start been designed to fulfill the purpose it is fulfilling now.
Oct
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reviewed Leave Open Unterschied: Nummer vs. Zahl