def: zurechtgelegt a source of help to sth in a difficult situation.
썸네일 “dass and das” – What’s the difference Hello everyone, and welcome to our German Word of the Day and this time we have another: “What is the Difference”-Special. It’s been the biggest project so far. Hordes of interns have investigated around the clock (without pay), our scientists have conducted expensive series of experiments, our philosophers have been pondering like crazy. Heck, we..
★ Doch, doch, doch, doch! Doch is my favorite German word. I really wish we had an equivalent in English, but we don’t. To explain, I’ll start off with a riddle for native English speakers. Imagine a friend comes up to you, and asks, in English: “So you’re not coming to the party?” But you are! You are going ..
★ Doch or Noch?; the difference between the two Although the two German words “noch” and “doch” may sound very similar, they have completely different meanings and play different roles in a German sentence. Let’s start with the particle “noch”. Basically, it means “still”, in the sense that a situation is “still” existing, or a condition is “still” met (..
the difference between “nimm” and “nehmen” Nehmen is the infinitive, it's also used as the formal command verb. For example “Nehmen Sie bitte eine Tasse.” “Please take a cup" “Nimm” is the command form for “du.” One doesn't have to say 'du' in this case as it's understood. “Nimm einfach eine Tasse" “just take a cup”
German Conjugation of Sein (ist; to be) present Pronoun / Conjugation / Pronunciation / Meaning ich bin ish bin I am du bist doo bist you are (singular, familiar) er ist air ist he is sie ist zee ist she is es ist es ist it is wir sind vear zind we are ihr seid ear zeyd you are (plural, familiar) sie sind zee zind they are Sie sind zee zind you are (formal) simple past (..