linguaholic wrote:Junge with a capital letter, the rest is correct. And the combination "klein und jung" sounds a bit weird as it's a bit of the same in this context, but I guess that's not the problem here.
KingHarvest wrote:Die Deutsche benutzen eine unmäßige Nummer von Kommata
You should be glad that we use so many commas, because(,) due to our rather confusing syntax, it might be difficult to see where sentences begin and (where they) end.
Gruszka wrote:"unmäßig" -> "übermäßig"
If you want to translate "number" in the meaning of "quantity" to German, use "Anzahl"... "Nummern" are, for example, 7, 8, 9, 10 etc.
You should glad be, that we so many commas use, because it, due to our rather confusing syntax, for language learners difficult to see might be, where a sentences begins and where it ends.
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