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das Denken



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complexes denken - complexly thinkingLast post 21 Apr 09, 10:31
Kann man komplex auch als Adverb verwenden?5 Replies
blue sky thinking - kreatives Denken, das BrainstormingLast post 13 Jul 11, 03:42 blue-sky thinking idiom 1. thinking that 2 Replies
Thinking.....Last post 25 Jul 06, 09:53
Which of these is correct & when do I use them? Examples please. --> I think. --> I thi3 Replies
Language and thinkingLast post 30 Oct 08, 16:50
Hi all, I've read a few articles and books on language that have got me thinking ... do you…59 Replies
Unterrichtsfach Critical ThinkingLast post 18 Jul 09, 16:55
Ich habe kürzlich gehört, dass es in England das Unterrichtsfach "Critical Thinking" gibt. D…2 Replies
denkenLast post 02 Nov 11, 11:26
Warum sagt man ich denke mir, und nicht ich denke mich. Das Verb kann auch transitiv verwend…3 Replies
divergent thinkingLast post 14 Aug 08, 11:35
does this mean the same as thinking outside the box?3 Replies
to think out - etw. zu Ende denken Last post 21 Nov 06, 11:38
me "something" is missing to think (something ) out = (etw.) zu Ende denken1 Replies
thinking about or consideringLast post 03 Mar 14, 02:06
Many Belgians are still thinking about (still considering) whether to vote for the National …1 Replies
Pictorial thinking & language skillLast post 17 May 12, 11:54
Time to get back to a language topic? You guys may think this is really nutty, but it's been…58 Replies

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