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Adjective or relative clause

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Parsing ‘Aber über eines waren sich nach wie vor alle einig: So wie bei Momo konnte man sonst nirgends spielen’

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Fugenkonsonanten bei zusammengesetzten Wörtern

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Wie sagt man in Deutsch "axioms of class existence"?

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Logic consistency of prepositions between "Willkommen bei uns zu Hause" and "Willkommen bei Twitter"

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“Sie suchen Alternativen. Ich den besten Weg.” – Is it possible to omit the verb?

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Is there any other way to say "I don't care" in German

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Meaning of “da” in this sentence

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"I should be..." Constructions

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Is there equivalent for "I am starving to death" in German?

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Difference between möchten and mochten

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Preposition Bis in accusative case

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Why is »hat« used in this sentence instead of »ist«?

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What is the case, gender and number of seltenen in »in der Wissenschaft gar nicht so seltenen«?

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Frage zu Pluralbildung: viele kombinatorische(n) Optimierungsprobleme(n)

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What are the syntactical parts of “Ich bin ein Berliner”?

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How to find which variations city names are used in daily speech?

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How to say “otherwise” in everyday conversations

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Should there be inversion?

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Why is "seiner" used here?

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Why is the verb not in 2nd position in this sentence?

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Adjektivdeklination: -e oder -en?

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Difference between nach and nachdem

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How to look up whether a verb uses dative or accusative

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What does "nein" mean in this context?

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Is there a dictionary for verb meanings with different prefixes?

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How should one pronounce "Denglisch" words when one is a native English speaker?

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How can I translate the adverb "doch" in sentences?

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A German relative clause that begins with "welchem in diesem"

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