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to appreciate sth.

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etw. verstehen



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VerstehenLast post 03 Jan 16, 18:31
Liebe Deutschen, versteht ihr, was ich mit diesem Satz gemeint habe? In diesem Lehrwerk …5 Replies
to appreciate jmdn./sth. - jmdn./etw. wertschätzenLast post 17 Jan 17, 08:59
Eintrag ist bereits korrigiert worden. Es handelt sich aus meiner Sicht um eine Eintragslei…5 Replies
Englisch richtig verstehen?Last post 01 Mar 07, 01:05
Hallo, hab da mal ne frage. Ich lerne seit ein paar Jahren englisch in der schule und wenn i…17 Replies
AppreciateLast post 17 Aug 10, 15:07
"Life is too short so take the time and appreciate" aus "Appreciate" von Nick Jonas ich wei…3 Replies
appreciateLast post 06 Mar 07, 14:26
The customers will appreciate the form and the comfort of the shoe Die Kundinnen werden die…5 Replies
appreciateLast post 15 Apr 08, 22:35
To appreciate Edinburgh fully, you really have to spend at least a week there. There are so…2 Replies
appreciateLast post 02 May 06, 14:33
It's made me appreciate you more and I can't tell you enough how much I do appreciate you. w…1 Replies
Appreciate Last post 13 Jul 09, 00:35
"As a Texan, he appreciates a great steak." Which "appreciate" in the Woerterbuch would I use?4 Replies
appreciateLast post 27 Jul 09, 14:14
We would have appriciated being informed earlier... brauche dringend eine Übersetzung, danke!2 Replies
Aussprache von appreciateLast post 25 Dec 17, 11:54
Vorhin war ich etwas verwirrt, weil ich bei dem Sprachbeispiel von appreciate dachte, dass i…35 Replies
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