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While sein is the most generally applicable way to denote the location of anything, it is indeed quite common in German to be more precise if possible. Befinden is not more specific than sein when re …
answered Jul 25 '14 by Hulk
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The following are mostly synonymous and can be translated as "to agree on sth." in the sense of "to reach/come to an agreement", i.e. two or more parties had some kind of conflict/discussion/negotioat …
answered Jun 20 '17 by Hulk