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verankern

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verankern
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incorporate - verankernLast post 25 Jul 08, 16:50
Verankerung der Thematik in den Schulen im Rahmen der UN-Dekade Bildung für nachhaltige Entw…0 Replies
a couple of - einigeLast post 24 May 05, 01:45
Nach meinem Verstaendnis hat "a couple of" eine strenge Assoziation mit "zwei". Im Pons-Lexi…6 Replies
coupleLast post 01 Jun 06, 12:13
Hello, Mein frreund (ein quasi englaender) sagt das couple wirklich immer 2 bedeutet also z…16 Replies
a coupleLast post 01 Jul 08, 13:10
http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende&lang=de&searchLoc=0&cmpType=relaxed&sectHdr=on&7 Replies
couple which?Last post 20 Apr 11, 10:51
A couple which moved to the US to start a new life. Heisst es bei "couple" who oder which?1 Replies
the couple talk vs. the couple talksLast post 23 May 07, 00:08
Was stimmt? "The couple talk less about their problems." oder "The couple talks less abou…27 Replies
Sammlerpaar - collectors couple / collector's coupleLast post 15 Mar 17, 15:08
The foundation was established by a husband-and-wife collectors couple who began collecting …2 Replies
German couple visiting the USLast post 05 May 14, 09:21
In August, a German couple will be coming to stay with us for a number of weeks. Most of th…40 Replies
a couple ofLast post 05 Aug 09, 11:59
Ich hab eine Unsicherheit: In der Schule hatten wir mal gelernt, dass a couple of ein paar4 Replies
a couple ofLast post 25 Jan 06, 10:50
Hallo, ich hätte eine Frage zu dem Ausdruck "a couple of". Ein ehemaliger Lehrer von mir, en…2 Replies
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