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Oct
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comment Unterschied: Nummer vs. Zahl
Belege dafür finden sich z.B. auch in Komposita: Hausnummer, Schadensnummer (bei der Versicherung), Rechnungsnummer, Autonummer... da wäre jeweils -zahl nicht möglich.
Sep
26
revised “Möchte” as real Konjunktiv II in “Man möchte meinen”?
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Sep
25
revised how to say “It does not make any difference”?
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Sep
25
answered how to say “It does not make any difference”?
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
17
answered Looking for large list of nouns with gender
Sep
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Sep
4
comment Which German films to watch to improve my German?
@Ichbinmich No, I mean buy (or rent) a set of DVDs with, for instance, the German version of a season of "The Simpsons" on it, and watch that with varying subtitles.
Sep
3
comment Which German films to watch to improve my German?
What about English-language series that hvae been dubbed in German? Just buy the German DVD (mind the region code) and that will usually have audio and subtitles in both English and German. Series have the advantage that you can go through the episodes one by one and don't have to sit through 6h for your three runs.
Aug
8
comment Literal meaning of: “Es ist noch kein Meister vom Himmel gefallen”
Thanks for your input, @Emanuel!
Aug
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revised Literal meaning of: “Es ist noch kein Meister vom Himmel gefallen”
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comment Literal meaning of: “Es ist noch kein Meister vom Himmel gefallen”
@Emanuel I guess you're right. I've always found analysis of expletives confusing. Would you agree to call it similar?
Aug
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revised Literal meaning of: “Es ist noch kein Meister vom Himmel gefallen”
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answered Literal meaning of: “Es ist noch kein Meister vom Himmel gefallen”
Jul
14
answered es mit + Substantiv
Jul
11
comment Where to read German essays online?
hausarbeiten.de ?
Jun
13
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Jun
12
answered Is it possible that a native German speaker doesn't put the verb to the end of the sentence after a “weil”?
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11
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