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deutsch sprechen /Deutsch sprechen

The orthographical difference deutsch/Deutsch indicates a grammatical and semantic difference: the neuter noun Deutsch stands for the language (and for the subject taught in schools), the adjective ...
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deutsch sprechen /Deutsch sprechen

In German orthography you strictly distinguish between nouns and all other words: Nouns are always capitalized (written with an uppercase first letter) while all other words are capitalized only when ...
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deutsch sprechen /Deutsch sprechen

Technically, deutsch is the adjective, and Deutsch is the noun. But the usage differs from English so this distinction seems more confusing than helpful to an English speaker. On top of that, English ...
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