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  • Präposition
    What r_coefficient says. Plus, many times a verb will have an expected preposition. So when you learn a verb, look it up in a robust online dictionary such as LEO app or app, to see the expected preposition, if there is one. - Source: Reddit / 12 days ago
  • Where can I find a resource where I can see both the german and english text available at the same time? Not Duolingo. won't do the complicated sentences like you're wanting but I find it to be an extremely useful resource as far as helping choose the correct words based on context and such, it's got more options than just a direct translation. - Source: Reddit / 23 days ago
  • Taufe Antonia Stifter
    Ux. Abbreviates the Latin word for wife, uxor. Ehelich 'legitimate' (born in wedlock). kath. Rel. = katholischer Religion 'of the Catholic religion'. Eheleute 'married couple'. gepr. = geprüft, 'certified'. For convenience,, - Source: Reddit / 25 days ago
  • What is the English translation of of “sympatisch”?
    Oh, I didn't discover it until September of so! One of my favorite things to do is type in an English word, then click on the German translation for it. It gives you a lot of insight into what that word really means and if it is appropriate in a certain context. I also like for practicing pronunciation. Google Translate, although I am not the biggest fan of it, is also good for this purpose. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
  • Correct pronunciation also offers pronunciation samples:. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
  • Apparently my laptop was updating and missed pp inspection day; better late than never I guess(The "Diagnosing your PC" message had turned into "Diagnosing your PP" for whatever reason)
    English words have often multiple (case sensitive) translations depending on the situation (TIPP: you can see this on ) ... - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
  • Is There An Online Platform for Practicing Pronunciation?
    I use forvo & to hear how to pronounce words correctly, but it's not enough, I feel like I need a lot of work. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
  • difference between gewohnen and gewöhnen
    I'm fluent but not a native speaker, which means I know just as much about dictionaries as you do. I'm telling you to stop using any dictionary that is giving you old verb forms. When you look up "gewohnen" on, absolutely nothing comes up. When you look it up on the Duden, it comes up but is marked as having been used in the 18th/19th centuries. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
  • What are the best German-English dictionaries that have their own app?
    I second! I love that it has a bunch of synonyms so that you can better understand the connotation of the word you're looking up. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • [Gothic German > English] need help translating this OLD family recipe
    Kartoffel~. If you search on 'Kartoffel*' at, you might recognize the mystery word in their search results. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • My experience playing Persona 5 Royal in German
    Yea, even as a strong B2 or a weak C1 in reading and writing (I have no clue at this point.) there were still a lot of words that I straight up couldn't guess and that's why I turned on voice acting. Of course not everything is voiced so I'd have to pull out ol' reliable sometimes, but the game's themes definitely makes sure to have a fair bit of vocabulary stick in your head after playing. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • Können Sie bitte mir helfen? Ich weiß nicht diese Wörter in Deutsch und mein Muttersprache ist Englisch
    Could I recommend you an online dictionary, like, for example? - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • "Pet peeves" auf Deutsch
    Deepl translates it with Lieblingsärgernise with Hauptärgernisse. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
  • This TV remote in the UK has a dedicated Football button
    I presume people downvoted you further because you happened to get this wrong. "soccer" is actually American English, "football" is British English. Where it makes sense with the roots of nordic language, as in German it's called "Fußball", etc. You can check the language variants on site like Maybe there is more to it, but there is a clear preference in US and UK with the word variants. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
  • [German?>English] Handwriting on Old Photo
    Word search in online dictionaries: ersta*en, '*' is a wild card. I could have searched also *sta*en.; - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
  • How is my French? (3 months of daily learning)
    Hey I researched the words with and context.reverso maybe that will help. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
  • Verbs that can become adjectives ending with -lich and -bar?
    You can enter a wildcard search for words ending with -lich and -bar On*lich. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
  • When start practicing Listening?
    If you want to learn rules and vocabulary first, you should at least listen to how the individual words are being pronounced via audio dictionaries (,,, ...). Otherwise you're running a serious risk of "learning" words wrong and then having to unlearn them later, which is really difficult. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
  • Transcription request
    The godfather (pathe) was Georg Glinschek (which I mistook for Glinschik). His name seems to end in '-lt', but many other names on this page put beyond doubt that it ends in '-k'. This is an odd shape for '-k' in the Latin cursive of the German speaking world. Web search verified the spelling, Glinšek. Glinschek's occupation is "Mühlner". Could that be a variant of Müller? Other men on this page have the... - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
  • German Reddit for ADHD?
    I for my part can vouch for how good Google Translate is nowadays (esp. With English to German and vice versa), for some words you don't know and I improved my English Etc. By reading, writing, talking and watching stuff in English :) You'll get there ;). - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
  • Help
    You can use a dictionary app like LEO or to play the pronunciation. - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago

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