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hiss, Hist, this, This

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one's, its


Alternativen für die Einleitung von Relativsätzen des Ortes, der Zeit oder des Grundes
Neben den Relativpronomen that und which (+ Präposition) können – wie im Deutschen – auch Konjunktionen Relativsätze des Ortes, der Zeit oder des Grundes einleiten:     Ort: where – Zeit: when – Grund: why
Die englische Entsprechung von sich usw. im Dativ + Körperteil oder Kleidungsstück
Die übliche englische Entsprechung des deutschen sich usw. (Dativ) + Körperteil oder Kleidungsstück ist das Possessivpronomen his, my usw. + Substantiv.
Wortstellung von 'a / an' bei Entsprechungen für "ein eigener" etc.
Die üblichen englischen Entsprechungen von ein eigener / eine eigene / ein eigenes usw. lauten: • a / an + Substantiv + of my / your / his/ her / its / our / their own • my / your / his / her / its / our / their own + Substantiv
Adjektivische Possessivpronomen nach unbestimmten Pronomen und geschlechtsneutralen Substantiven
Nach unbestimmten Pronomen und geschlechtsneutralen Substantiven kann man als adjektivisches Possessivpronomen entweder his or her (etwas umständlich und in der Häufung stilistisch unschön) oder their (grammatikalisch unlogisch, aber stilistisch durchaus akzeptabel) verwenden.

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What is his address? - Wo wohnt er?Last post 05 Oct 10, 15:57
Betrifft: http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende&lang=de&searchLoc=0&cmpType=relaxed&sect3 Replies
Arnie gets his StempelLast post 05 Aug 10, 22:37
(Sorry in advance Leo, if this doesn't belong here. I just don't think it fits in QZ. Please…25 Replies
He did his best.\t\t - Er tat sein bestes.Last post 12 Apr 12, 14:14
He did his best.\t Er tat sein bestes.\t I did my best\t\t Ich gab mein Bestes\t she did…3 Replies
His name escaped me. - Sein Name ist mir entfallen. Last post 24 Jan 08, 17:12
escape verb 1 [I or T] to get free from something, or to avoid something: [...] His name …9 Replies
him/hisLast post 05 Jan 07, 21:17
Hej, der Satz "Possibly as a result of his reconsidering ..." verwirrt mich ein wenig. Norma…2 Replies
his, herLast post 01 Oct 07, 17:06
Bei welcher grammatikalischen Person setzt man was ein???1 Replies
his accomplishmentLast post 24 Sep 08, 13:16
complete the secon sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using th…1 Replies
him - hisLast post 16 Oct 10, 15:12
Ich bestehe darauf dass er die Arbeit ausführt: I insist on ('him' or 'his') doing the work…5 Replies
May God rest his soul. - Gott hab' ihn selig.Last post 15 Sep 05, 12:46
Scheint mir hier die genauere Übersetzung der Redewendung zu sein.8 Replies
His race is run. - Er hat die längste Zeit gelebt.Last post 24 Oct 12, 16:49
I can't find any information about either phrase, but I'd understand the English to mean som…38 Replies

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