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Oct
13
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
22
asked What does the phrase “noch viele Grüße” mean?
May
19
comment Good short stories for learning German?
I am ignoring its pleading eyes for weeks now. It is shooting daggers at me from the bedside as we speak. :(
Apr
8
awarded  Custodian
Apr
8
reviewed Leave Closed Usage of colloquial word (Ach ja)
Apr
8
reviewed Leave Open Obmann and Ombudsmann, are they synonyms?
Apr
5
comment Tieferes Verständnis von “jeder” und “alle”
Actually, it is funny that the answer to this question leads me to further questions: in mathematics, we use 'for all x ...' as an expression. It actually means 'for every x' but it becomes ambiguous at some places. Thank God the difference exists here, because in mathematical symbols, as fas as I know, it doesn't. Help!
Apr
5
comment Rules for capitalizing adjectives after “etwas, nichts…”?
Ich wusste nicht über "anderes". Danke!
Apr
5
answered “legen” vs “liegen”
Apr
4
revised Translation of “He has been allowed to dance, but I haven't.”
mentioned the previous update in question; needed to understand the context of comments and answers
Apr
4
accepted Translation of “He has been allowed to dance, but I haven't.”
Apr
4
revised Translation of “He has been allowed to dance, but I haven't.”
'haben' declension corrected.
Apr
2
asked Translation of “He has been allowed to dance, but I haven't.”
Apr
2
comment Declination of adjectives after einigen
I like this answer better. Since English and German are connected, I never stopped to look why there was an 'of' between 'some' and 'friends'.
Mar
30
comment Where to place “sich” in an elaborate sentence?
I always put sich after the verb i.e. in the third place. The verb then goes wherever it wants to go according to the placement of clause in the sentence. This makes it easy for me to realize early on whether the verb is reflexive or not.
Mar
30
comment Are “zu-” and “ein-” special prefixes widely used to form new verbs?
@Em1 I love 'ver-' as a prefix. If anything, it seems to be the most consistent prefix ever used except maybe 'un-' in the sense that I can mostly understand the meaning conveyed as well as the fact that I can guess words which turn out to be quite similar to real words.
Mar
22
answered Konditionalsätze mit “würde”?
Mar
22
awarded  Custodian
Mar
22
reviewed Leave Open Kann man einen “fachlich geprägten Kunden” einem “technisch argumentierenden Entwickler” entgegen setzen?
Mar
21
revised Relative pronouns: der/die/das vs dass
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