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Unterschied - Questions on differences between similar or seemingly similar words or expressions in a given context.

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To keep the explanation simple: If "sie" comes with a verb in singular, it means she. If "sie" comes with a verb in plural, it means they.
answered Jun 28 '12 by The_Fritz
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Both have the same meaning. Wie spät ist es? Literally translated: "How late is it?" This phrase is more common. Wieviel Uhr ist es? Literally translated: "What time is it?"
answered Jun 8 '12 by The_Fritz
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Both are more formal than a simple Danke. Danke schön sounds almost old fashioned. Vielen Dank shows a little more thankfulness than Danke.
answered May 25 '12 by The_Fritz
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Unter den Bedeutungen von "schwer" findet sich auch: "schwierig, nicht leicht zu bewältigen" (siehe hier). Diese Art der Verwendung kommt aus der Umgangssprache und wird von manchen Leuten als nicht …
answered Jun 17 '12 by The_Fritz
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"ob" is used in connection with a question or something you want to know (mostly in indirect speech): Er fragt, ob der Briefträger schon gekommen ist. Ich möchte wissen, ob es morgen wärmer w …
answered Jun 3 '12 by The_Fritz