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Irregular verb: gleiten
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Didireplied
4 days ago

Very good, but there is a difference between "klingen" and "klingeln" 😉

Dimi:
  • Seine Stimme klingt kommisch.

  • Ich klang an der Tür. In this case you should use the verb "klingeln".

  • Das Klavier hat gut geklungen.

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