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Schon der Beispielsatz "Wenn Sie vier plus vier rechnen, ..." zeigt, dass beide Formen von sie grammatikalisch passen. Es kommt also auf den restlichen Kontext des Textes an, ob es sich um Sie oder sie handelt. Das kann kein automatisches Werkzeug lösen.


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Es gibt tatsächlich einige Tools, die durchaus nützlich sein und die Analyse Deines Stils unterstützen können - einen menschlichen Gegenleser kann keines auch nur ansatzweise ersetzen. Folgende Tools ergänzen einander: Durchaus brauchbar (im statistischen Sinne) ist LeichtLesbar - es zählt die Wörter und Silben und errechnet einen sog. Fleischwert, der ...


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Check WortSuche - it seems to do what you are looking for. Depending on what you want to do, 2rhyme might help - a German rhyme dictionary. Google doesn't do it at all, as far as I know.


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A very good tool is provided by http://www.aussprache.at In the Window "Suche" you can search for a word (example: search for »Chemie«). The findings are shown in the window above (for »Chemie« you find »Alchemie«, »Biochemie«, »Chemie« and »Chemielaborant«). Click on one of those findings. Left of this window you find the pronunciation written in IPA-...


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dict.cc provides the pronunciation. You just have to click the audio some users have uploaded. It's not always available, since it's sometimes the computer who speaks (but as I hear, that's the case in the dictionary you linked).


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How about this link? I believe it has a few more samples.


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With egrep you may search local databases: egrep "lauf/" /var/cache/postgresql/dicts/de_de.dict Egrep (or grep -e) is capable to search regular expressions. Now you need an open dictionary to search for. In the postgresql dicts, words are ending in a slash, so you would just append an slash to your word Ablauf/STpmij Anlauf/Spmij Auflauf/Spm Auslauf/...


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Since I have some understanding of the German language I think that this might be of interest https://www.kunst-worte.de/archaismen/


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I can think of two approaches using dwds (Digitales Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache). If you are looking for old/archaic versions of todays words you can type in the modern word and dwds will give you a few alternatives in the thesarus section at the end of the page. The words labeled as "veraltet" are what you are looking for. e.g. (sich) unterhalten ...


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https://tatoeba.org/ (also) has German example sentences (with English meaning).


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You might find old words here: https://www.ommawoerter.de/ https://sternenvogelreisen.de/schoene-woerter-jetzt-auch-als-buch/ (als eBook 5 Euro) https://www.achgut.com/artikel/unvollstaendige_liste_ausgestorbener_bzw._kaum_noch_benutzter_woerter_begri http://zeitzeugen.bplaced.net/vergessenebegriffe/index.html http://www.detlef-guertler.de/Rote-Liste.htm ...


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I'm not entirely convinced, that archaic is the most appropriate word when referring to 19th century. I would have suggested authentic period references, as Brockhaus 1894, but I suspect that what you are after is a mapping New term -> old term which those won't provide.


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Have you tried ipanow.com? It does Latin, Italian, German, and French.


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Here's one: http://tom.brondsted.dk/text2phoneme/transcribeit.php No idea about reliability or usefulness.


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I just googled in German and found this article: https://www.bitblokes.de/languagetool-3-4-ist-veroeffentlicht-korrekturlesen-mit-open-source/ If you want to google for yourself proofreading is translated as Korrekturlesen.


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This one is good. Some words have several speakers with a map showing the region they are in. It even has Swiss German speakers and words for which few resources exist. This has helped me quite a bit since I live in Switzerland. Forvo


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