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Topic: How do you say ... in German? | What is this called in German?
Posted: Monday, February 19, 2018 6:26:48 PM
Thank you very much once again, IMcRout!
Topic: How do you say ... in German? | What is this called in German?
Posted: Monday, February 19, 2018 2:47:10 PM
IMcRout,

You don't know how grateful I am for your help! One more question. Just to check if I got it right: "Wie/was heißt 'I'm here' auf Deutsch?" means the same as "Wie sagt man 'I'm here' auf Deutsch?"?
Topic: How do you say ... in German? | What is this called in German?
Posted: Sunday, February 18, 2018 2:54:13 PM
Hello,

Please, what are the most common ways of saying "how do you say ... in German?" or "what is this called in German?"? As for the first sentence, can it be used both with single (e.g., nouns, verbs) and multiple (e.g., sentences) words? I would be very grateful if you could give me some examples. Thank you in advance.

Topic: das Imperfekt (Aspekt)
Posted: Sunday, February 18, 2018 2:46:50 PM
Vielen Dank, IMcRout!
Topic: das Imperfekt (Aspekt)
Posted: Wednesday, February 14, 2018 10:26:01 PM
Hallo,

Könnten Sie mir bitte helfen? Drückt man das Imperfekt (Aspekt) mit dem Perfekt, mit dem Präteritum oder mit beiden Zeitformen? Vielen Dank im Voraus.
Topic: If I offered you something to drink, I could say "would you rather drink tea or juice?"?
Posted: Wednesday, August 23, 2017 2:25:03 PM
Hello!

Is it correct to say: If I offered you something to drink, I could say "would you rather drink tea or juice?"?

Thanks in advance.
Topic: in the last semester of my degree in
Posted: Saturday, July 08, 2017 11:47:28 PM
Thank you, everyone! Drag0nspeaker, I was referring to the field of study when I wrote International Relations. I like your joke!
Topic: in the last semester of my degree in
Posted: Saturday, July 08, 2017 12:34:24 AM
Hello everyone!

I would like to know if the following sentence is grammatically correct: I am in the last semester of my degree in International Relations. Also, I wonder if you could suggest other ways to express its content.

Thank you in advance.
Topic: Max kommt schon "bei" der zweiten Aufgabe nicht mehr weiter (?)
Posted: Monday, June 12, 2017 10:12:34 PM
Hallo,

Könnten Sie mir bitte helfen? Ich verstehe nicht, ob Max die zweite Aufgabe erledigen schafft oder nicht: "Max, der sich kaum auf den Test vorbereitet hat, kommt schon bei der zweiten Aufgabe nicht mehr weiter". Könnten Sie mir bitte erklären, warum?

P.S.: Ich habe keine passende Definition für "bei" (wie hier besetzt) gefunden.

Danke im Voraus!
Topic: Beim Fenster?
Posted: Tuesday, March 07, 2017 8:35:39 PM
Hallo,

Ich habe schon gesucht aber gar nicht verstanden, was "bei" in der folgenden Situation bedeutet:

Zeit, die wir
beim Fenster hinauswerfen,
klopft sicher nie wieder
an unsere Tür.

Könnten Sie mir bitte helfen?

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