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to learn sth. from sth.

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learn, from
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Definition (amerikanisch)

learn, from
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learn, from
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learn, from
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etw. etw. entnehmen

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entnehmen
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to learn sth. from sth. - etw. (Dat) etw. (Akk) entnehmenLast post 01 Apr 15, 07:53
Ich habe dem Singen meinen Vogel entnommen. (Dat/Akk) Ich habe das Singen meinem Vogel ento…3 Replies
to learn fromLast post 12 Nov 08, 16:45
to learn from the issues arising out of the CSDH final report Soll man da nun von oder über…8 Replies
to learn | learnt, learnt | - lernen etc.Last post 16 Jun 20, 10:58
Ergänzung, nicht Korrektur: BE: to learn | learnt, learnt | AE: to learn | learned, le…10 Replies
learn sth fromLast post 26 Feb 09, 18:34
Children learn easier from a computer or from a broadcast than just by reading a book. Der …3 Replies
learn/studyLast post 19 Jun 16, 15:56
Do we learn or study for school?Where's the difference?18 Replies
Want to learn German.....Last post 09 Mar 09, 12:46
Hi i'm a 13 year old girl, my name i Leah, and i would really love to learn german fluently.…56 Replies
to learn about vs to learnLast post 27 Nov 05, 15:05
So, you can learn a language, that's obvious. However, can you - learn a culture (or would…11 Replies
to learn about vs to learnLast post 27 Nov 05, 15:05
So, you can learn a language, that's obvious. However, can you - learn a culture (or would…11 Replies
I was pleased to learn from the sales manager...Last post 09 Feb 16, 16:55
I was pleased  / glad  to learn from the sales manager of the Tourist Office that you were c…4 Replies
"learn English better" vs. "learn better English"Last post 08 Jun 12, 13:25
ne year abroad is perfect to learn English better. Kann man das so sagen?5 Replies
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