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to improve

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sich erholen


sich, erholen

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improve clearly : clearly improveLast post 30 Jul 07, 09:03
Auch hier verbessern sich die Werte beider Behandlungen deutlich durch positive Differenzen …2 Replies
improve skillsLast post 02 Mar 09, 05:59
I'm in the ageof 18 and my english is quite good. At least I think so. The only thing that …16 Replies
Improve styleLast post 01 Mar 09, 15:08
Susa works 45 hours a week. She is the woman in charge for the McStarbucks’ Coffee Fast Bar. F2 Replies
enhance - improve?Last post 07 Dec 14, 11:13
Good evening! Wenn es um den Geschmack von etwas geht und ich sagen möchte, dass man den Ge…13 Replies
improve one's moodLast post 25 Feb 10, 23:05
dear all, can one say "this would improve my mood"? thank you!3 Replies
(to) improve - phrasesLast post 19 Jan 06, 06:27
A common phrase is "I want to improve my English skills". But can I also say "a stay abroa…4 Replies
improve - intransitiv gebrauchen?Last post 21 Jun 07, 03:12
Kann man sagen 'I'm trying to improve.' - also 'Ich versuche mich zu (ver)bessern'? Meistens…2 Replies
Improve your writingLast post 16 Jun 08, 22:38
Hallo ihr Lieben! When I was in high school and preparing for the verbal section of the SAT…26 Replies
Präposition für 'improve'Last post 12 Jul 03, 02:38
Hallo Ich frage mich gerade, welche Präposition ich wohl verwenden muss, wenn ich den deutsc…4 Replies
Improve/shore upLast post 08 Mar 09, 09:31
Guten morgen, git es einen Unterschied zwischen improve und shore up? danke im vorraus1 Replies

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