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Volker Landgraf
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German idiomatic equivalents of 能骗就骗 (if you can cheat, then cheat)

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Need help to read Fraktur from a 18th century book

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What is the meaning of 'Marsch' in Marschflugkörper?

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Is "montäglich" commonly used?

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Dicht antonym - what is it?

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Why is it "die Hausschuhe stehen and not liegen unter dem Bett"?

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The relationship of noch nicht and the passive voice

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Can "Es tut mir leid" be used to express empathy rather than remorse?

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"Er ist ein Kick-, Beat- und Boxer"

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German equivalents to the prefix "re"?

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Schattenparker: Wird dieses Wort wirklich benutzt?

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Saying "even more" as an adverb in German

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Phrase request for "work in" in the context of gyms

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The two-way preposition "auf" in the accusative and dative case

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'spazieren' - walking in a silly and affected manner?

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Correct use of ergeben?

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Is ‘’bescherte’’ in this text an adjective or a verb?

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What differences between "Was geht ab?" and "Was ist los?"

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Geräusch für "Pferd stoppen"

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er hat eben einen neuen Wagen gekauft

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„etwas beschäftigt jmdn.“ vs. „sich mit etwas beschäftigen“

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"Eduard will als klug angesehen worden sein" - "Wollen" als "behaupten dass" in komplexen Sätzen

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Is the word "bestellt" needed in this sentence?

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Gibt es einen Unterschied zwischen nachschlagen und nachlesen?

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Was ist der Unterschied zwischen "stehe zu" und "stehe hinter"?

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Does deswegen have another meaning than "that is why"?

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Can I say "Gesundheit" if someone is coughing?

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How is the idea of "two people having a heated argument" idiomatically expressed in German?

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Tasche is used to refer to the bag of a woman, but less often to the bag of a man, is it true?

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Differences between “schütten”, “regnen”, “gießen”

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