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Questions about how to use verbs, from a grammatical, syntactical and stylistic point of view.

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Trennen betont den vorherigen (ungetrennten) Zustand, wie bei Eier trennen, während bei Scheiden offenbar das Ergebnis der Trennung im Vordergrund steht. Beim Edelmetall erkennt man das besonders gut …
answered Mar 14 by guidot
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You correctly translated Was hältst du davon with What do you think about it, and yes, it is commonly used in normal conversation. I would translate your next example Mein Vater hält viel von einem g …
answered Jun 3 '15 by guidot
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According to DWDS, see box with DWB headline and to my personal instinct, one uses trauern um if a person (or even a pet) has died, so typically its name follows in the sentence. trauern über for al …
answered Aug 22 '16 by guidot
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Good news: you can use "sein" in all of this cases, especially when talking, and even more so as a foreigner. It is just an issue of style in written language to avoid these weak verbs ("sein", "haben …
answered Jul 25 '14 by guidot