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der Start



Das Substantiv

English Grammar

Das Substantiv (Hauptwort, Namenwort) dient zur Benennung von Menschen, Tieren, Sachen u. Ä. Substantive können mit einem Artikel (Geschlechtswort) und i. A. im Singular (Einzahl) und Plural (Mehrzahl) auftreten.


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start/startingLast post 29 Aug 10, 14:34
Is it: The new school year starts today or the new school year is starting today ? Thank you5 Replies
starting dive - die StartsprungLast post 02 May 05, 08:02
Ich denke, das bedarf keiner weiteren Kommentation :)2 Replies
start/end or starting/finishing date or timeLast post 11 Oct 16, 13:28
Dear native speakers,I am struggling to find out what is used more commonly for Start- und E…2 Replies
educt - EduktLast post 05 Dec 05, 15:27
Der vorhandene Eintrag educt wird meines Wissens so nicht verwendet. Im Englischen wird star…19 Replies
back-start / back-started / back-startingLast post 27 Jan 14, 20:55
- back-started subscriptions - Subscribers are interested in maintaining a continuous collec…3 Replies
Starting a car in AmericaLast post 27 Mar 17, 15:23
I got into a standard car yesterday for the first time here in America and had people laughi…94 Replies
starting point - AnsatzpunktLast post 28 Apr 10, 11:22
Fräsansatzpunkt -> starting point for cutting1 Replies
ausgehend - starting Last post 29 Apr 09, 21:48
Es gibt verschiedene Ebenen in diesen Datensätzen, ausgehend von den kleinsten statistischen…2 Replies
start to work /start work/start working (en)Last post 06 Jan 06, 18:37
Example: She starts work at 9 in the morning. By revision of my father's course notes recor…13 Replies
start-up company - das JungunternehmenLast post 19 Jan 11, 17:35 Replies

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