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How do German speakers decide what should be on the left side of the verb?

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Why is this negated with nicht and not kein?

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Speed and Velocity in German

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Why is "habe" used here?

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What is the German idiom or expression for when someone is being hypocritical against their own teachings?

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Meaning of 'ran' in German?

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Is a comma splice (becoming) acceptable in German?

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Abbreviating the word "Zeichen"

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Asking about the weather using 'was'

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German equivalents to the prefix "re"?

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What's the difference between "noch" and "immer noch?"

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When asked "Arbeitest du morgen?", how can one know if he's asked about the day or the action

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German equivalent for the verb “trigger” meaning to cause something to happen?

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“Da endlich sieht sie der Kapitän.” – Why “sieht” instead of “sehen”?

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Does the name "Magdeburger Gartenpartei" sound ambiguous to Germans?

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Level of grammatical correctness of native German speakers

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Reading a Swiss newspaper as a German learner

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Was ist eigentlich der Unterschied zwischen Kabarett und Comedy?

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"Es gefällt ihm." How to identify similar exceptions?

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Wurde der Ausdruck "Schlange stehen" vom Türkischen beeinflusst?

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Can I use “bereit” to mean “to prepare”?

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Accurate translation of 'bruised'? 'Verletzt' does not seem correct

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Will I sound weird if I consistently use Präteritum?

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Should the first letter be capitalised or not in the letter?

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German word for Seoulite?

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"Das ist doch Marlene!"

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Why does "fragen" take two accusatives?

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Seemingly incorrectly used -e endings for verbs in a DW article

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Indicate vowel hiatus in non-German family name

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The grammar about "Du bist der eine"

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