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"ab" preposition with Akkusative?

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Telc exam vs Goethe Exams? [closed]

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Meaning and usage of Je?

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1 answer
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gratulieren needs dative case, so why jmdn (accusatice)?

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1 answer
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Which auxiliary verbs for reflexive verbs?

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1 answer
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what type of conjunctions is "dass"?

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position of "hingegen", position one?

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3 answers
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any "wordfamily dictionary" OR "root words dictionary" for German language?

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1 answer
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Article before preposition

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2 answers
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Participles as adjective? with "zu"?

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2 answers
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When the Nebensatz is object of Hauptsatz or preposition of a Substantive, should we use a pronoun for it in main sentence?

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1 answer
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Verb tense in sequences with "nachdem" [closed]

1 vote
1 answer
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what does "räuml. übertr." mean in dictionaries?

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1 answer
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Jemand as adjective? Declension after determine?

2 votes
1 answer
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Reflexive verbs, confusion, definition?

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1 answer
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Why no article before "Verbindungen" in this sentence?

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1 answer
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Position of "nicht" in a subordinate clause, where? [duplicate]

1 vote
1 answer
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"außer" as conjunction - is it "restriktiv"?

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3 answers
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lassen and its usages and meanings

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2 answers
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Dessen as demonstrativpronoun ? examples please

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1 answer
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I have problem in saying Gerunds in German, please help :( [closed]

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(zu Infinitiv) als Attributiv? how connect it to a Noun?

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verbs with preposition construction with object and sentence as object?

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Object of infinitive when it becomes a substantive? [closed]

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1 answer
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Etliche: several or few or some?

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1 answer
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konjunktiv 1, first person singular perfect, should I use konjunkiv 2?

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The tense in cunjunction with Konjunktiv