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though - jedochLast post 12 May 11, 14:47
Es hängt jedoch von meinem neuen Job ab. It depends on my new job though. Geht das so? Vie…1 Replies
though - jedochLast post 12 Aug 11, 15:47
Ich will jedoch versuchen, morgen ein wenig Zeit zu finden. I will try to find some time to…5 Replies
ThoughLast post 16 Feb 09, 15:50
Hallo, ich verstehe nicht wann man genau den Begriff "though" in einem Satz hinzufügen muss…7 Replies
jedochLast post 05 Nov 15, 15:17
The garrisons are subdivisions of the Athenian people, comparable to a deme or a phyle, howe…1 Replies
Anwendung ThoughLast post 10 Mar 09, 21:10
Schönen Guten Abend, ich bin sehr oft auf folgendes Wort gestoßen "though", habe aber nie v…6 Replies
Wortstellung "though"Last post 26 Apr 06, 04:57
Wann steht "though" am Anfang des Nebensatzes und wann am Ende; ist eines davon falsch; ist …5 Replies
...jedoch auf einzelne bevölkerungsgruppen beschränkt - limited though to individual classesLast post 20 Nov 12, 22:24
In his popular book “Euroclash” Fligstein argues provocatively that European integration ha…2 Replies
Though vs. AlthoughLast post 05 Mar 09, 05:41
Gibt es einen Unterschied zwischen though und although? Laut LEO heißt beides "obwohl". Ich …6 Replies
usage of "though"Last post 25 Sep 08, 20:20
Is it ok to write: "I hope you don't mind my switching to German, it seems more convenient t…5 Replies
though - abgesehen davonLast post 07 Oct 07, 10:44
I had a corndog in America. It's not as tasty as in Germany, but it's pretty good though! Ic…2 Replies

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