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    enzymhemmung

    Re: Is my homework grammatically right in german?

    Holen sie ihn heute noch ab? Ja, in einer Stunde.

    13b
    Wie lange brauchen sie für....

    Apart from that, very good!

    enzymhemmung Today, 04:55 Go to last post
    rizaado

    Is my homework grammatically right in german?

    Hello guys. I need some help with my homework. I had written it but I don't know now is it right grammatically. Please see it for mistakes. Thank you so much previously for checking my homework. Have...

    rizaado Today, 00:25 Go to last post
    RosaLila

    Re: Grammar question

    Yes, just as in English you wouldn't expect to say 'Is he him?' (or the equivalent in very grammatically correct, but rarely spoken English, 'Is he he?') No you would say 'Is that him?' or for a few...

    RosaLila Yesterday, 12:22 Go to last post
    Phwhile

    Re: Newcomer

    Hallo Hoffnung,
    Herzlichen Dank für die Begrüssung.
    Thx Peter.

    kw

    Phwhile Yesterday, 09:53 Go to last post
    Findmonsternis

    Re: A small and a strange need of help for accent

    Hi und willkommen im Forum,

    ich bin mir nicht sicher, ob ich das richtig verstanden habe. Möchtest du, dass man den Text quasi vorliest? Auf Hochdeutsch?
    Denn dann könnte man den Text ja auch bei...

    Findmonsternis Yesterday, 06:46 Go to last post
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