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As 'beiseiteschieben' did not officially exist before 2006, why do we treat this (official) new form as primary and call it a "separable" verb?

There are a lot of misconceptions at work here: the same way as 'nachhause' "Nachhause" is in fact written "nach Hause". "Hause" here is a Dativ (with the old and ...
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As 'beiseiteschieben' did not officially exist before 2006, why do we treat this (official) new form as primary and call it a "separable" verb?

German dictionaries traditionally list all compounds when they are somewhat common, even if their meanings are obvious from its parts. As an example, duden.de has "Fahrradschloss, -schl├╝ssel, -...
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Warum Sieh mal + NOMINATIV

I agree with Janka that the part with the nominative is not a full clause, but I don't think we can explain all examples as ellipsis (that the verb has not been pronounced). Rather, the nominative is ...
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Warum Sieh mal + NOMINATIV

The part after the comma is not a complete clause as it has no verb. This is the full version: Sieh mal, (da ist) der schwarze Laptop. So this der schwarze Laptop is the subject of the second main ...
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Verbstellung bei Infinitivphrase oder Nebensatz bei mehrteiligen Verbkonstruktionen

Aus meiner Sicht ist das Einzige, was man sicher sagen kann, dass Muttersprachler solche Konstruktion zu vermeiden versuchen und lieber einen Dass-Satz bilden: Ich freue mich, dass ich das habe ...
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