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What is the most appropriate word in German to describe "to deploy"?

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What's the meaning of the German word »ran«?

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Dativ oder Akkusativ für 'beibringen'?

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„Herein gekrabbelt!“ as a friendly request / instruction

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Noun for a female bird?

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Woher stammt „runkeln“ im Sinne von "schlafen"?

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"Zu" without dative case

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Monolingual German learner's dictionaries with small defining vocabulary

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Was sind direkte und indirekte Objekte?

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How does the word order work in this sentence?

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German online comprehension sites?

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Wird Deutsch auch außerhalb von Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz gesprochen?

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Equivalent of Globish in German

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Why do people say "Ich gehe auf die Toilette" instead of "Ich gehe in die Toilette"?

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When to write "sch " or "ch" at the end?

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Are there any good descriptive German grammar books?

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Cases in "Augen sind die Fenster der Seele"

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Wie bekommt man das rollende r weg?

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Origin of "bis Motzen tutet"

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Proper conjugation of verbs like flüstern, lächeln in the first person singular

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Going from Goethe C1 to Goethe C2 for ETHz in 4 months

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How is this grammar explained?

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Konjunktiv II question

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Was ist der Unterschied zwischen "abschließen", "absolvieren" und "bestehen"?

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Umkehroperation zum Substantivieren

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Liste von Schachmetaphern in der deutschen Sprache: Welche fehlen noch?

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Most common Präteritum / Imperfekt forms in written German?

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Abstand, Entfernung, Strecke und Distanz: do they imply the same meaning?

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German words list sorted by frequency

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Why using "sich" in "aber Zeiten haben sich geändert"?