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die Person




Das Substantiv

Englische Grammatik

Das Substantiv (Hauptwort, Namenwort) dient zur Benennung von Menschen, Tieren, Sachen u. Ä. Substantive können mit einem Artikel (Geschlechtswort) und i. A. im Singular (Einzahl) und Plural (Mehrzahl) auftreten.

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Character - person or thing?Last post 09 Dec 09, 13:30
"The character of Lady Macbeth who..." "The character of Lady Macbeth that..." I would ten…6 Replies
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pipe - character |Last post 13 May 08, 13:37
|; pipe is used by programmers to combine two stings in example sign at german keyboards but…2 Replies
individual, person oder character Last post 19 Jun 08, 21:04
I see myself as a target-orientated and customer-focused individual with a passion for sales…1 Replies
non-printing control character - nichtdruckendes SteuerzeichenLast post 18 Dec 04, 13:18
Ein Zeichen das nicht drucken kann? ;)14 Replies
person (adj.) - privatLast post 28 May 08, 01:01
"person" is not an adjective. I have checked multiple dictionaries and it is always a noun: …3 Replies
choleric person - der CholerikerLast post 04 Mar 08, 07:29
Ein englischer Freund von mir meinte, als ich ihm von meinem Chef als "choleric" person erzä…3 Replies
Nicest personLast post 10 Jul 08, 11:16
ich habe in einem brief von einem freund den satz "She is the nicest person I ever met". …1 Replies
natural person - natürliche PersonLast post 02 Sep 05, 12:54 natürliche Person, im Gegensatz zu einer jurist…1 Replies
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