Dativ: Wem? = Whom? -> "dir"
Akkusativ: (Wen?)/ Was? = What? -> "einen guten Start (in die Woche)."
For Akkusativ you can often ask for the "what?".
"What do I wish you?" - "A good start."
Hey, before I start this course (which looks amazing judging from the trailer) do you recommend starting it on mobile or on web?
The mobile app seems to be a little slimmed down compared to the web version and I don't want to miss any features this course might have.
It really bugs me that we say the 10's before the 1's in German!
146 is "Einhundertsechsundvierzig"/ "Onehundred-six-and-forty" instead of "Einhundertvierzig(und)sechs".
That is so stupid! Why would you want to know the six before the forty? We need to change this...
Bis zum jetzigen Zeitpunkt, habe ich mir noch keine Gedanken gemacht., could
jetzigenbe replaced with
aktuellenif the word actually fit in the blank? Are the meanings close enough?
They are indeed very similar but "jetzig" is "now/in this very instance" whereas something might still count as "aktuell" when it happened one or two days ago. "Aktuelle Nachrichten" for example.
Since the speaker seems to have spontaneously realized something, "jetzigen" would be more precise than "aktuellen".
Wann beginnen die Aktivitätenauch
When you are talking about "DIE Aktivitäten" you usually mean activities on something like a festival or party or something else you are offered to participate in (probably in exchange for your money).
The festival may allow people in at 8:00 but the first concerts start at 10:00.
So "Wann beginnen die Aktivitäten?" means to ask when the actual program of the festival starts. The answer would be "Um 10:00 Uhr." for this example.
See Google's suggestions for Aktivitäten: https://www.google.de/search?q=Aktivitäten&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b&gfe_rd=cr&ei=qo5ZWY6YFpDZ8Ae1rqqgAw#q=Aktivitäten+münchen
The singular "Tätigkeit" is a synonym for an "action" or "job" someone or some machine does. It can sometimes be described as "activity" but is less comon.
"Ich bin als Bauarbeiter tätig." (I am working as a builder.)
"Du hast sie in ihren Tätigkeiten gestört" Very formal (You disrupted them in their activities.)
The only real difference in design or functionality between the two that I can see is the "levels" information in the Android app, which I think is anyway unnecessary clutter.
I really like the simple design and lack of distractions in the Lingvist interface, so I hope you don't start adding too much more complication to the Android app.
Yeah I agree, the "levels" information is a bit unnecesary. I don't use the app much because I don't like to type on my phone but a landscape mode, like the Lingvist team sugested, would make it a bit more comfortable to use on my phone.
@Kyle-Goetz "mehrfach" is indeed the same as "mehrmals".
"Behandlung" is "treatment" in the sense that you act on someone mostly in a medical context.
Der Arzt behandelt die Krankheit des Patienten. (The doctor treats the sickness of the patient.)
Die Behandlung lief gut. (The treatment went well.)
Sie behandelt mich ungerecht. (She treats me unfairly.)
"Versorgung" is mostly used as "supply" but can also mean "care".
Die Versorgung traf im Militärstützpunkt ein. (The supply arrived in the military base.)
Arbeitslose werden vom deutschen Staat versorgt. (Unemployed people are cared for by the german state.)
@dev_temp It's impressive that you noticed this! Yes "Network.http.sendRefererHeader" was set to 0 for me and I noticed that some other variables were "set by the user" aswell. I must have had some extension/addon that changed these installed. But disabling or deinstalling addons didn't change them back.
"Also, there is one field missing in your cookies"- Did you mean "Set-Cookie"? Because it's there now.
Thanks for your time.
I really appreciate your help.
I am not one to easily give up on problems especially when they are programming related, but I feel like I spent too much time on this problem whose topic I know little about.
...anyways here are the pictures:
My Chrome log for comparison:
I deleted every cookie regarding Lingvist and temporarily disabled Avast but it still wont work.
And every discussion I found about it was from the servers side of view.
@dev_temp Yes it's the same with me.
I don't think it's that much of a problem since you are going to stumble upon those missing words from your vocabulary list sooner orr later, but if the text on the "vocabulary" section highlights the words you are supposed to already know that should mean that the information about what words you know is saved somehow but not loaded into the wordlist.
Unless that graph and text function independently from the wordlist...