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Hagen von Eitzen
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Why is "Baum" masculine?

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Is „Hochsee tauglich“ wrong?

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Sie hat braune Haare

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I need to know information from an old German birth certificate

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German phrase with vorstellen

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Wie ist die korrekte Deklination eines Adjektivs und der korrekte Satzbau in einer komplex-verschachtelten Struktur?

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Adapting a Quote in Old English Style

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Welches Wort anstelle von "programmatisch"?

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Komma vor einem mit “als” eingeführten Nebensatz

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Ist "Ich fahre NICHT nach Berlin" ein Fall der betonten Negation?

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What is the meaning of "Das wärmste Jäckchen ist das Cognac-chen"?

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freuen: with or without "darüber"?

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Word order in “Ich hoffe, er bleibt nicht lang.”

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werden-passive with reflexive verbs

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"Verb" or "verb + lassen"? How to know when does a verb need "lassen"?

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How to translate this handwritten sentence?

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What means "Alle ums Kill"?

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Weird Dativ usage with "verloren gehen"

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Where should 'da' as an adverb go in a sentence?

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Why is it "ein wichtiger Tag" rather than "ein wichtig Tag"?

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Welches Verb passt zum Wort «Selfie»?

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What is the difference between "hängen" and "aufhängen"?

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Can "das" be both singular and plural?

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What does "türenschlagend" mean in this context?

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Is there a non offensive word for inability?

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When to use "wurde" versus "war" (eg "Ich wurde ausgeraubt" vs "Ich war ausgeraubt")

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How we use correctly "etwas für ... halten" in sentence?

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How come there are two ways to conjugate the same verb? (e.g. erschrecken)

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When one says "A ist schlechter als B", does it imply that both are "bad"?

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What is the essential semantic difference between "sein" and "werden" for passive voice?