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Decide if the following sentence is grammatically CORRECT or INCORRECT.

Wann darf er wieder aufstehen?

  • German -

    i personally think that it's incorrect but i just want someone to check it for me. thanks!

  • German -

    It is grammatically correct, although you can skip the last e in aufstehen
    use 'aufstehn'

    "When is he allowed to get up again ? '"

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    correct

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