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"Eahna" auf Bairisch
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Help with "Deutsch als Fremdspache" dictionary needed
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Nachdem and tenses
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Nouns formed from verb stem with -en and -ung endings
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Participle as adjective
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Ein Paar Fragen or Ein paar Fragen
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Um ihr zu öffnen
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Why is dative used here?
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Vorgangspassiv oder Zustandspassiv
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"Zu" without dative case
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Nomen-Verb Verbindung mit Akkusativ oder Dativ
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Nachdem always with plusquamperfekt?
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Two accusatives in one sentence?
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Passiv mit "von" und "durch"
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Konjunktiv II question
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Wüsste oder gewusst hätte
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"BEschützt" vs. "GEschützt"
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"Verschwand in der Nacht" Why dative?
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Helfen in passive
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Does this solution to using Vorgangspassiv or Zustandspassiv work (intellectually)?
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Adjective ending after "alle"
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Konjunktiv II in der Vergangenheit
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Hättest oder hast?
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Reflexive verb/pronoun
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Adjective ending -e with the noun Möbel
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Transitive and intransitive verbs
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If an object is dative in the main clause, is it always also dative in the second clause?
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Reflective verb with two accusative objects
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Bedanken sich auf Englisch
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Personal pronouns: Why is this instance in the accusative case?