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Apr
25
answered Differences between “weit” and “weit entfernt”
Apr
23
comment Varianten von “ein bisschen”
Nürnberg is in [Franconia](en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franconia) and they have their own dialect. But instead ein bischen I would expect [a weng}(franken-wiki.de/index.php/Aweng).
Apr
23
comment “Job enquiry” in German?
Yes, also in a Blindbewerbung you should use the statement Bewerbung. If there is no special job, you offer yoursels, e.g. like Bewerbung als Softwareentwickler mit Schwerpunkt C++. With Bewerbung you tell what you want and the rest tells what you offer the employer.
Apr
23
answered “Job enquiry” in German?
Apr
17
answered Would a computer use ‘du’ or ‘Sie’ for the user?
Apr
8
comment “null” (zero) vs. “NULL”
@tofro I know NULL-Pointer from langauge like C. But in databases NULL is a not existing value (in opposite to an empty value).
Apr
5
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Apr
3
comment Speisekartoffeln – Redundancy? Or indicator of something else?
@userunknown Frühkartoffeln are "early potatoes" - the new and first potatoes in the year. Often with a fine taste and a very thin skin. Süßkartoffeln are a fruit on its own - the main thing they share with potatoes is the name ;)
Mar
25
answered Jemand, der diskriminiert, ist ein …?
Mar
22
comment How to say ‘son of X’ in German?
I would use: Ich bin Karls Sohn.
Mar
19
comment What is the German word for paper abortion?
Ich schätze dafür muss erst ein Wort erfunden werden. Wie wäre es mit Vaterschaftsablehnung?
Mar
19
revised What is the German word for paper abortion?
Add links to mentioned wikipedia articles.
Mar
13
comment Is the term 'Flaggen Kommunikation' correct?
You mean the communication with a Flaggenalphabet?
Mar
4
comment Begriff für “Person, mit der ich mir ein Büro teile”
Schreibtischnachbar kann aber auch der Gegenüber in einem Großraumbüro sein. Unter "Büro teilen" verstehe ich eher ein Zwei-Personen-Büro. Ich würde ganz einfach Bürokollege nehmen,
Feb
22
revised Why do we still use “Sie” even if the context is disrespectful?
more explanation of a source.
Feb
22
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Feb
22
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Feb
22
answered Why do we still use “Sie” even if the context is disrespectful?
Feb
16
comment Is there a German feminine noun which has the same plural form?
Some funny related examples can be found in deutschplus.net/pages/191 in the 3rd group. There is a female noun with a similar plural noun, but the meaning is changing.
Feb
16
comment Is there a German feminine noun which has the same plural form?
Words only in plural don't count? Example: Die Ferien