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do-or-die

 

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do-or-die
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do-or-die
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do-or-die
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hartnäckig

 

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hartnäckig
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do-or-die listLast post 03 Mar 18, 18:23
Make your do-or-die list.[..] "The decision is quick and easy if you have a mental list of t…19 Replies
Do you scrunch or fold?Last post 17 Dec 08, 05:47
Stimmt es, dass in Amerika das Klopapier vor der Benutzung zusammengeknüllt wird? Und dass d…3 Replies
make or doLast post 18 Jan 07, 07:46
Wann nehme ich "make" und wo nehme ich "do"? Gibt es dafür Regeln? Im voraus vielen Dank fü…4 Replies
do or makeLast post 14 Nov 07, 19:26
Hi, I had a discussion with a friend of mine about to do and to make. Because I never know…7 Replies
"does" or "do"Last post 09 Nov 07, 14:58
"if the completion bond company and/or the German distributor does not approve Director as37 Replies
does or do?Last post 29 Mar 19, 23:06
Which of these is correct please? Which would YOU use?how does the material and its propert…18 Replies
How do you do? - Guten Tag!Last post 02 May 09, 13:26
Das finde ich völlig schwachsinnig "How do you do?" als Frage (!) mit Guten Tag! zu übersetz…11 Replies
How do you do? - Angenehm! / Guten Tag!Last post 31 Oct 05, 11:40
Im Englischen steht nach der Formel "How do you do" kein Fragezeichen, sondern ein Punkt; es…7 Replies
How do you do? - Angenehm! Last post 04 Nov 05, 17:05
Ich bin gerade zufällig darüber gestolpert.. das mit dem guten Tag kann ich mir einigermasse…26 Replies
Do....?Last post 29 Aug 05, 15:11
Hi, when exactly does one use 'do' in a question? For example, yesterday my colleague wrote…3 Replies
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