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aufsetzenLast post 25 Jan 10, 12:08
In dem Buch lese ich folgendes: "Fremde Fahrzeuge haben sich bemüht,diese und andere Plagen…9 Replies
einleiten - start withLast post 13 Aug 08, 12:53
Gegeben: Nach der Erkennung einer angeschlossenen Batterie wird entsprechend der gespei-cher…0 Replies
Senteces that start with verbsLast post 18 Dec 07, 11:56
Is there a very strict rule in German about whether a sentence that starts with a verb alway…15 Replies
to put on water - Wasser aufsetzen Last post 07 Apr 05, 11:14
also, "to put water on" (on what?) habe ich noch nie gehört, weder im Sinne von Wasser koche…2 Replies
Names that start with initial V-Last post 12 Dec 12, 10:37
Are all of the following names prounounced in German with an unvoiced F- sound rather than a…43 Replies
with a startLast post 28 Apr 06, 19:34…2 Replies
with a startLast post 24 Oct 12, 18:44
Then Capobar felt something like ice press against his chest. A tiny pinprick of cold just o…4 Replies
with a startLast post 25 Dec 09, 05:30
"As soon as he began to pray, he heard the chanting again and he opened his eyes with a star…2 Replies
wake - wachLast post 20 Sep 05, 13:30
Meines Erachtens und wenn ich das richtig sehe auch nach MW kann "wake" nicht als Adjektiv g…3 Replies
English sentences do not start with conjunctionsLast post 23 May 13, 13:38
ist das so? Ich hatte einen Satz mit But begonnen...20 Replies

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