Rechtschreibreform: Duden vs. Bertelsmann
Thread poster: Sylvia Magotsch

Sylvia Magotsch
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May 24, 2002

Hallo!


In letzter Zeit bin ich häufig über folgende Behauptung von KollegInnen gestolpert: Der DUDEN würde angeblich die Reform der deutschen Rechtschreibung aus dem Jahre 1988 nicht in vollem Umfang berücksichtigen und eigene Varianten anbieten. Angeblich berücksichtigt nur das Bertelsmann Lexikon zur Rechtschreibung die amtlichen Regeln in vollem Umfang.


Was sagt Ihr dazu? Habt Ihr diese Behauptung auch schon gehört? Stimmt das tatsächlich?


Danke für Eure Aufklärung!


Sylvia


 

Rosa LARA  Identity Verified
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Désolée May 24, 2002

Mais je pensais que les postings french étaient justement cela, en french!!!!!

 

Sylvia Magotsch
Germany
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Tu as raison May 25, 2002

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On 2002-05-24 11:57, rosalara wrote:

Mais je pensais que les postings french étaient justement cela, en french!!!!!




Mais oui, tu as raison, c\'était un erreur, excusez milles fois!



 


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