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to require sth.


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etw. fordern




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require + indicative?Last post 15 Jun 07, 08:24
From today's (yesterday's?) New York Times:…3 Replies
demand requireLast post 08 Aug 15, 12:49
Hallo They also have to hold fixed positions and perform difficult jumps which “require/dem…7 Replies
verlangen - requireLast post 04 Sep 08, 10:42
Ich verlange nicht, daß du dich meinetwegen von deiner Familie trennst I don t require you t…1 Replies
require to + subjunctive (?)Last post 26 Jun 07, 15:08
Hallo - I have just come across two sentences (just ignore the subject matter of the sentenc…1 Replies
does this expression require hyphens?Last post 25 Jun 15, 12:11
I have to write the following expression in perfect English: "Lime marmelade flavoured ice …8 Replies
mitsteigern und den Mindererlös fordernLast post 11 Sep 14, 02:04
From a textbook: Übernimmt der Käufer nicht, sprechen wir vom Annahmeverzug des Käufers. 2 Replies
to challenge - fordern, herausfordern, auffordern, ???Last post 28 Jan 19, 17:45
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voraussetzungsreich - require a lot Last post 02 Sep 07, 20:55
Gegeben ist: So plausibel eine solche Argumentation scheint, so voraussetzungsreich, ja risk…0 Replies
***fordernLast post 01 May 07, 16:37
what's the difference among: abfordern anfordern erfordern in which context are the above u…3 Replies
fordernLast post 20 May 07, 02:46
Sollten Jugendliche mehr Taschengeld von ihren fordern, nur weil die Preise ständig ansteigen?21 Replies
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