Type: Posts; User: Retriever
Thank you for your help, but I have a question. Don't "auskommen" and "zurechtkommen" have the same meaning?
Thank you for your explanation. Here is another attempt of mine.
If you master just the words and phrases you’ve heard in this program, you’ll be able to get by in German. Of course, you may...
Your explanation is clear. Thank you.
What is the difference between bieten and anbeiten? Both of them are transitive verbs. How about lernen and erlernen?
I see, thank you. But I do not understand why the simple past tense of "besuchen" (i.e. besuchte) must be used. "Heute Morgen" has been stated and it is clear from the context that the "Besuch"...
Please help. Thank you.
Our technician visited you this morning for a gas safety inspection and meter reading, but you were out. Please call our Customer Service Hotline at 2222222222 and quote...
So we have met or not have met yet?
I came across the following sentence, but I am not sure of its meaning.
Das Glück wollte es, dass wir uns begegneten.
I would appreciate it if you could help.
The word order of German is flexible, but it is always a problem to me. (Die Wortstellung des Deutsches ist flexibel, aber sie ist immer ein Problem für mich.)
Verstehe ich deines Problem.
Is there any difference between these two words in usage? Thank you for your help.
In usage and meaning, are there any differences between treffen and sich treffen? Thank you for your help.
Is it ok to write as follows?
Wenn ich irgendwann einmal Geld genug hätte, werde ich eine Weltreise machen.
Is it ok not to include "irgendwann einmal"?
Suppose that I do not have money, but I want to travel around the world.
I am sure that I will (or highly likely) have money in the future, the indicative is used
I am sure that...
Es war einmal ein Fischer und seine Frau......... Eines Tages kam dieser (Fischer) vom Angeln nach Hause und berichtete seiner Frau, er habe einen Butt gefangen, der zu ihm sagte, er sei ein...
Please take a look at the following sentence first:
Mit diesem neuen Motto soll mit verschiedenen Aktionen auf die Folgen der sich weltweit häufenden Naturkatastrophen wie Hochwasser und Dürren...
Thank you. The model answer in the book is "niedmandem". It means it is wrong. :-(
"Hast du niemandEM gesehen"? is the correct sentence. Is it also ok to rewrite it as "Hast du niemandEN gesehen?" ? I don't understand while it takes the dative case in the first instance.
Is there anybody here who has passed the TestDAF? Some people can pass it within 16 months (or 2 years, a bit longer than 16 months) from absolute beginner level. It is amazing to me. I wonder...
How about "Eingang um die Ecke"? What does it mean?
Kommen Sie fit und gesund in den Frühling.
Why is the accusative case for the definite article used instead of the dative? Please help.
When should plural and singular forms be used respectively? I find the usage confusing. For example,
..... das Thermometer manchmal bis zu 60 Grad (singular) (why not plural?) minus.
I was taught that zu precedes infinitive, but why is there no zu in the following sentence? Please help.
Wann kommt ihr mich denn mal besuchen?