3 Capital I
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For your example:

Where can iI store my stuff?

You would say

Wo kann ich meine Sachen lassen  / abstellen abstellen/ verstauenverstauen?

While you can say mein Zeug, it is more colloquial than meine Sachen.

A more crude term would be Krempel, and stronger still Gerümpel.

For your example:

Where can i store my stuff?

You would say

Wo kann ich meine Sachen lassen  / abstellen / verstauen?

While you can say mein Zeug, it is more colloquial than meine Sachen.

A more crude term would be Krempel, and stronger still Gerümpel.

For your example:

Where can I store my stuff?

You would say

Wo kann ich meine Sachen lassen/abstellen/verstauen?

While you can say mein Zeug, it is more colloquial than meine Sachen.

A more crude term would be Krempel, and stronger still Gerümpel.

2 Added the cruder versions
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For your example:

Where can i store my stuff?

You would say

Wo kann ich meine Sachen lassen / abstellen / verstauen?

While you can say mein Zeug, it is more colloquial than meine Sachen.

A more crude term would be Krempel, and stronger still Gerümpel.

For your example:

Where can i store my stuff?

You would say

Wo kann ich meine Sachen lassen / abstellen / verstauen?

While you can say mein Zeug, it is more colloquial than meine Sachen.

For your example:

Where can i store my stuff?

You would say

Wo kann ich meine Sachen lassen / abstellen / verstauen?

While you can say mein Zeug, it is more colloquial than meine Sachen.

A more crude term would be Krempel, and stronger still Gerümpel.

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For your example:

Where can i store my stuff?

You would say

Wo kann ich meine Sachen lassen / abstellen / verstauen?

While you can say mein Zeug, it is more colloquial than meine Sachen.