2018
Sep
28
comment “Willst du mit zu mir kommen?”
I always knew that the prefix should always be at the end , Is mitkommen an exception or could we do this with other verbs too ( putting prefix in the middle of the sentence )
Sep
28
accepted “Willst du mit zu mir kommen?”
Sep
28
asked “Willst du mit zu mir kommen?”
Sep
12
accepted ''zur Schule'' vs ''in die Schule''
Sep
10
awarded  Curious
Sep
9
asked ''zur Schule'' vs ''in die Schule''
Sep
6
accepted Passiv Präteritum vs passiv perfekt
Sep
6
accepted „etwas beschäftigt jmdn.“ vs. „sich mit etwas beschäftigen“
Sep
5
comment Passiv Präteritum vs passiv perfekt
Now it is clearer! One question: If I said ( In der BRD ist die Demokratie eingeführt ) without saying "worden".Doesn't it imply the same meaning? I mean what did worden add to the meaning of the sentence?
Sep
5
asked Passiv Präteritum vs passiv perfekt
Sep
5
asked „etwas beschäftigt jmdn.“ vs. „sich mit etwas beschäftigen“
Aug
26
accepted “in der Hütte” vs “auf der Hütte”
Aug
26
comment “in der Hütte” vs “auf der Hütte”
I never knew I could use "auf" like that! If it won't bother you, could u please give me more examples of "auf" used like that? Now I understand it, but I also want to use it.
Aug
26
comment “in der Hütte” vs “auf der Hütte”
It isn't a lavatory. Here is the rest of the paragraph : Denn hier ist es untersagt, sein eigenes Essen auszupacken. Zeig, dass du ein guter Gast bist, indem du dir einen Imbiss von der Speisekarte bestellst.
Aug
26
comment “in der Hütte” vs “auf der Hütte”
so when referring to the hut as a whole institution, "auf" was used, does this also apply to other places ( places that consist of different compartments )?
Aug
25
comment “in der Hütte” vs “auf der Hütte”
Are they interchangeable?
Aug
25
reviewed Approve “in der Hütte” vs “auf der Hütte”
Aug
25
asked “in der Hütte” vs “auf der Hütte”
Aug
17
accepted Temporal preposition (in) vs (nach)?
Aug
17
comment Temporal preposition (in) vs (nach)?
Does this imply that "bis in " the speaker will start reading the book now and will try to finish it within 2 months but the endpoint isn't clear? Like he might not finish the book after 2 months, while with "nach" he is more certain that after 2 months, the book would be finished completely