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Aug
7
comment How should I say something like “I'm” instead of “I am” in German?
@Em1: All in all a good and fitting answer, though. It makes the important point that German does have phenomena like the one in the question, but in entirely different places than English.
Aug
4
revised Welche Wortart ist »genug«?
correction
Jul
22
awarded  Enlightened
Jul
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
19
revised Which preposition to use when “going to ATM”?
corrected inflection of "Geldautomat"
Jun
19
comment Which preposition to use when “going to ATM”?
@MonaDh: The preposition "zu" requires dative case.
May
4
comment Endung “für den Autopilot” oder “den Autopiloten”
Aber @TaW: Wie ist es mit dem Akk.Sg.: "Ich esse gerne falschen Hase"? schauder
Apr
30
answered Difference between “an” and “neben”
Apr
15
revised “Don't all shout at once” in German
deleted 1 character in body
Apr
14
awarded  Nice Answer
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?
edited body
Mar
12
revised “Gehören” mit Akkusativ oder Dativ?
edited body
Mar
12
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
30
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
24
reviewed Close How is “eine Frau” correct but “eine Mädchen” is not!
Nov
24
reviewed Close Wann verwendet man “bei” und wann “auf”
Nov
24
reviewed Approve Wann verwendet man “bei” und wann “auf”