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mehrere / etlicheLast post 24 Sep 14, 19:31
Häufigkeit? Verwendung? Welches ziehen Sie vor?11 Replies
a few vs fewLast post 04 Mar 08, 12:46
Wann benuze ich a few und wann few? Bsp: Nur wenige Zellen waren vital. Einige Zellen teil…5 Replies
'not quite' vs. 'quite not'Last post 28 Oct 12, 12:27
Hallo wir haben neulich eine Aufgabe gemacht, in der jumbled sentences zu sortieren waren. …2 Replies
Quite tiny?Last post 06 Jun 15, 22:19
My class recently wrote an English test and there's one gap my classmates and me keep wonder…4 Replies
scores of - etlicheLast post 06 May 10, 09:49
scores [pl.] very many: There were scores of boxes and crates, all waiting to be checked and…4 Replies
he walked quite a few back ninesLast post 22 May 11, 07:45
As Jack grew old, he settled into retired life with Rose. He walked quite a few back nines, a4 Replies
ein wenig zurückliegen - took place quite some time ago / date sback quite a few yearsLast post 16 Sep 12, 23:12
"Noch tiefer als das Aiwanger-Trauma geht freilich das Otto-Trauma - das Scheitern eines Bay…0 Replies
a few dozens vs. a few dozenLast post 09 Dec 06, 17:15
Ist beides korrekt? a few dozens apples / a few dozen apples Per Google eher das letztere …2 Replies
of a few hours' standing - frisch gebackenLast post 29 Sep 05, 16:39
Weiterhin ist als Eintrag zu finden: his wife of a few hours' standing/seine frisch gebacke…1 Replies
rather - pretty - quiteLast post 29 Aug 10, 11:33
Alle 3 Wörter können mit "ziemlich" übersetzt werden. Werden sie aber tatsächlich gleich ver…9 Replies
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