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alongsideLast post 11 Jul 05, 10:13
dear native speaker, could you answer the following question to me, thanks. Could I say …9 Replies
alongside - Important expressions alongside grammarLast post 14 Sep 05, 07:00
dear native speaker, could you answer the following question to me, thanks. Could I say - i…1 Replies
alongsideLast post 10 Nov 08, 12:03
I was alongside some musicians who were over the top in the way they ... Wie kann man "alon…6 Replies
nebenher - as an asideLast post 08 Sep 07, 22:06
In derzeitigen Schulbüchern wird Grammatik mehr oder weniger nebenher behandelt. In current …3 Replies
alongside buttonLast post 21 Dec 12, 08:54
We can edit xxx by going to the alongside button and then save the changes (SAP)4 Replies
nebenher verdienenLast post 16 May 07, 20:05
es ist schwer zu studieren und nebenher noch zu arbeiten.... it is difficult to study and t…6 Replies
alongside - auch im übertragenen Sinn verwendbar ?Last post 29 May 11, 18:01
z.B.: In addition, training in herd and flock health services "alongside" the ambulatory pra…9 Replies
to set alongsideLast post 12 Feb 16, 11:11
"St.Pol is a straggling little town with a late seventeenth-century church, which has a fine…9 Replies
alongside ofLast post 28 Aug 08, 11:59
Wäre dankbar, wenn mir jmd sagen könnte, ob der Stz korrekt ist: These writers alongside o…1 Replies
mit der Attraktivität entwickelten sich - alongside ...Last post 06 Nov 10, 18:09
Mit der wachsenden Attraktivität der Städte entwickelten sich in den letzten 20 Jahren auch …2 Replies

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