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"Die Worte" vs. "die Wörter"
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What is the gender distribution of nouns in the German language?
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Is there a difference in pronunciation between "ist" and "isst"?
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How would you translate "mind you" in German
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"Geht's" becomes "gehts"
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"legen" vs "liegen"
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Contraction of prepositions and definite articles in German
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The use of stand alone prefixes of separable prefix verbs
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Pronouncing "chs" as /ks/
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"Stem-Changing Verbs" vs "Strong Verbs"
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Etymology and meaning of "Lotterleben"
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"based on a true story" in German
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The suffix -sal, usage and examples
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Ways to die in German
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Translation for "Und dass sowas von sowas kommt"
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What do you greet in German when someone gets something new
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Translation of the idiom "no harm, no foul" in German
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Adding -es to adjectives after "etwas"
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Double consonants in German
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German phrasal verbs?
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Is the title of the "Vincent will Meer" grammatically correct?
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German postpositions
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'y' as a vowel in German
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Ironic constructions in German
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How do you say "I am almost # (age)" in German?
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Nouns and verbs which share the same form
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Is there an idiomatic equivalent in German for “have other fish to fry”?
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Words in German that begin in "kn-" and are cognates of the English words with the same meaning
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How to pronounce the ending -ig if it has another consonant after it?
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Etymology and usage of "freuen" and "froh"?