I do not know the difference between the following words: •"um" and "über"<--- I don't know the difference between their use as "about". •"als" and "denn" <--- I don't know the difference between their uses as "because", and "than". And also, I am quite unsure if the notes I have taken from the following webpage are true, so if you are someone who knows enough to tell me wether these things are correct or incorrect, please do so! I DO have questions about wether or not specific things on this page are correct, so if you want me to specify them, please let me know.
Jan 17, 2017 10:12 PM
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I think "um" for "about" is only used in "es geht um ..." ("it's about ..."). Do you have some example sentences where "als" means "because"? I can't think of any right now. As to "als" or "denn" for "than", see my last comment here: I didn't see any errors on the page at a quick glance, what questions do you have there?
January 17, 2017
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