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comment How is the prefix “uber-” differently used in German vs. English?
@Ladybug: If you wrote that comment as an answer and elaborated a few bits I'd say it's a pretty acceptable answer.
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comment Does the German language have a Shakespeare?
+1 for Goethe. My former German teacher could not emphasize enough how utterly importan Goethe was to the German language and cultural development. Plus, when I read the questions, Goethe was the first writer to pop in my head alongside with Faust.
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accepted Was für ein Wort ist “Ei”/“Ai”?
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comment Was für ein Wort ist “Ei”/“Ai”?
Ah, stimmt, das kommt auch der Verwendung in meiner Region sehr Nahe. Ich hätte vielleicht lieber den Haken hier gesetzt :/
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comment Simple but interesting German literature
+1 for Kafka. His stories are great, they're easy to understand as far as language is concerned, but the meaning/intention is a whole other story.
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answered Gibt es einen Unterschied zwischen “Haarspalterei” und “Erbsenzählerei”?
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comment Wann und warum ging das Beugen von Namen verloren?
Hast du Beispiele dafür?
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comment Wie übersetzt man “schwerpunktmäßig” ins Englische?
Ich würde es vielleicht mit "primarily" ansetzen/ergänzen, um den Schwerpunktcharakter zu betonen.
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answered Dasselbe vs. das Gleiche, what's the difference?
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