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Simply wonderful! For a beginner who knows not a word . Thanks, Simply wonderful. - VERNON SHAW
Thank you for a good question. I think you might
not be the only one wondering about that.
"gibt" in the sentence ” Es gibt sieben Tage. , , , ” takes on the
meaning of "exist". Let me try to clarify this with an example:
"Es gibt sieben Tage im Jahr, an denen unser Geschäft geschlossen ist."
"There are seven days of the year when the business is closed."
If you want to talk about a time period, which is more common, you would use
"sind". To use an example again: "Es sind noch 7 Tage bis Weihnachten."
"Seven days left till Xmas." Of course you could say in English here: "There are seven
days left till Xmas.", but you wouldn't say "Seven days exist before Xmas."
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Thanks. I am with you there.
What would life be without weekends? 😭
"Groundhog Day" nonstop!
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I don't learn over the weekend. No Saturday learning for me!
Hallo, Team. !
Samstag gefällt mir sehr. ! ! !
I have a question. What's the difference between the following expressions. :
" Ed sind sieben Tage. , , "
" Es gibt sieben Tage. , , , "
Thanks for your help. ! ! !
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