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Topic: I'm available tommorow morning from 7am or since 7am?
Posted: Wednesday, October 2, 2013 12:58:22 AM
Thank you for replies.
This is what I thought.
Tomorrow I mispelled wrongly.

BTW. What's going on with this spam posts? Do you know if moderators are going to take any actions?
I think we have to come to like each other with "captcha" solution?
Topic: I'm available tommorow morning from 7am or since 7am?
Posted: Friday, September 27, 2013 2:23:40 AM
Hello Eveyone.
Long time to talk ;-)
What is the proper way of saying:
I'm available tommorow morning from or since (7 am)
I bet it is "from 7am".
I could say at 7am to solve it myself :) but want to uderline that... ha... from 7 on.
Am I right?
Topic: "Nothing is cohere"
Posted: Tuesday, August 21, 2012 3:45:58 AM
Thank you all for great examples!
Topic: "Nothing is cohere"
Posted: Friday, July 6, 2012 5:34:02 AM
How to say informally in such situation.
You do some project or work and talk with your collegue - beeing disappointed and telling him that
all the time problems and nothing is going smoothly.
In my language I can say informally that "nothing is beeing glued".

Some hint:
It can also refer to discussion.
For example. You meet someone you haven't seen long time and start talking.
But after years you see that you are not so close and don't have to say much.
You meet another good friend and say:
I met John.
Oh! Lovely how was it.
Ah. The conversation was heavy going

This answers is tranlation of informal that "discussion was not glued" ;-)

Probably it sounds silly but I hope you get idea.
So how to informal that "Nothing is glued" in terms of work/project etc.

Topic: They won match deservedly?
Posted: Monday, July 2, 2012 2:45:51 AM
Thank you for clarification!
Topic: They won match deservedly?
Posted: Friday, June 29, 2012 2:58:46 AM
If I think that it was good that team or player won the mach
may I say:
They won the match deservedly.
Or if they lost:
They lost the match not deservedly.
Topic: ...hat man es dann zu tun
Posted: Thursday, May 24, 2012 5:57:05 AM
Topic: ...hat man es dann zu tun
Posted: Thursday, April 26, 2012 4:44:56 AM
Ich muechte die Erklärung haben:
Mit dem unverlangten Angebot hat man es dann zu tun, wenn der Verkaufer das Angebot unterbreitet, ohne dass er darum gebeten wurde.
With offer which is not on demand it is neccessary to do,when seller post the offer, without beeing requested.
Can you give me more idea of this sentence?
Topic: Ist das auf Deutch korrect?
Posted: Thursday, April 12, 2012 2:42:49 AM
Ah! Naturlich die Stadt!
Danke fur ihre Antworten!
Topic: Ist das auf Deutch korrect?
Posted: Wednesday, April 11, 2012 8:59:09 AM
Sowohl meine Eltern als auch meiner Frau wohnen in demselben Stadt.


Sowohl meine als auch meiner Frau Eltern wohnen in demselben Stadt.


in demselben oder demjenigen?