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Wortwahl - Choosing the best word out of a list of alternatives.

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I've created a question using "beziehen sich auf etw." but all my questions became the same. I would like to ask the same question but using different words. Welcher der folgenden Termini bezieht …
asked Jun 9 '16 by Dragut
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I would like to text a question but every group has three items,so how could I indicate in question header that I'm implying just an option of three items? For example: Which three of following w …
asked Dec 25 '15 by Dragut
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Over at ELL, I've opened a question about bad dream i.e. nightmares. English doesn't see a nightmare but it uses it with the verbs have and be (as in: it was a nightmare). I would like to know how it …
asked Mar 9 '16 by Dragut
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Utterance is translated into German as "Aussage" or "Äußerung". My question is could we say "to make an utterance" like in English or were we supposed to choose another word for that? If a person …
asked Aug 23 '16 by Dragut
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How do you ask when you want to know any third persons cell number? e.g.: A: Du hast mich angerufen, aber wie weißt du, was meine Handynummer ist? B: Ich habe sie von Daniel gelernt/erfahren/erh …
asked Sep 30 '15 by Dragut
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I would like to know how dogs (i.e. all animals) would call us, if they could speak. Who are we relative to dogs? Wer ist der Besitzer dieses Hundes? Der Hund folgt seinem Eigentümer nach Hau …
asked Dec 22 '15 by Dragut
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I was trying to translate an English sentence to German, but I don’t know which word best fits to failure in the following context. The affective filter is a theoretical construct in second langua …
asked Jun 8 '16 by Dragut