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Mar
10
comment wollen + Passiv
@Iris Ich verstehe da, er findet sie, wenn er sie sucht.
Mar
8
comment “To not know if…” construct in German
@Alex Both if and whether are possible.
Feb
22
awarded  Electorate
Feb
17
awarded  Custodian
Feb
17
reviewed Looks OK Trieb und seine Synonyme
Feb
17
reviewed Looks OK Was genau unterscheidet einen Dialekt von Umgangssprache?
Feb
8
reviewed No Action Needed Steigerung von „falsch“
Jan
2
awarded  Good Answer
Dec
11
awarded  Informed
Dec
10
comment How to negate “heimkommen”?
I'm not a native speaker, but I do have a degree in English linguistics. My understanding is, in the very least, that whenever I want to say "erst" in German, the correct way of saying that in English is "not until". I'm quite confident that the same is true vice versa.
Dec
10
comment “Anything” in German
You might add a version 3 for C that covers the "whatever" part: "Ich bringe Dir, was auch immer Du haben willst".
Dec
10
revised “Anything” in German
added 4 characters in body
Dec
10
answered How to negate “heimkommen”?
Nov
4
revised Satzzeichen am Ende von Einträgen auf Stichpunktlisten, die ganze Sätze enthalten?
added 1 character in body
Oct
21
comment Prepositions conflict in the same sentence
What does this have to do with your question here? Both are valid forms, but different ones. Which form you choose depends entirely on the context.
Oct
21
answered Prepositions conflict in the same sentence
Oct
9
comment „Ersti“ – woher kommt das Wort?
+1 für den Aküfi, ;) Auf der Liste -- lang genug hin oder her -- fehlt übrigens noch der Studi.
Sep
15
awarded  Yearling
Sep
14
reviewed Leave Open Learning Swiss German handwriting alphabet
Aug
31
revised Relativsätze für die Verben mit dem Dativ
Am Ende des Relativsatzes steht auch ein Komma, wenn danach der Hauptsatz weitergeht. ;)