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What's the difference between "du" and "Sie"?
Why is German called "Deutsch" in German, while Dutch is called "Niederländer"? Why do some Romance languages seem to use a different root word, like "Alemán" in Spanish and "Allemand" in French?
What is the difference between the nominative personal pronoun and the personal pronoun? When do we use the personal pronoun?
How do I use the present continuous in German? For example, phrases like "I am studying German now" or "They are talking to me"
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