Where to start?
- Superlativeization of superlatives: the only, most optimal, most ideal word (instead of: the only, optimal, ideal word); In no way (Instead: In no way)
- Words that don’t actually exist: Nevertheless (either nevertheless or nevertheless)
- Incorrect or missing prepositions: at Christmas (instead of: at Christmas); In 2018 (instead of: in 2018); I go Aldi (instead: I go to Aldi)
- The “Rhine-Based Form”: I am working (dran).
(Instead: I’m working right now.)
(Instead: The money that is in the bank. Now recognized in standard language.)
(Instead: It was Mr. Meier’s car.)
(Instead: Eat your bread!) Read the book!(Instead: Read the book!)
(Instead: He said he was on vacation.)
(Instead: She imagines she’s a unicorn.); It sounded like someone waslaughing.(Instead: It sounded like someone was laughing.)
(Instead: I had three days off last week.)
(Instead: The package has been picked up.)
(Instead: Hanna is taller than Paul.); It feels like you’re flying.(Instead: It feels like you’re flying.Or: It feels like you’re flying.);
(Instead: To my knowledge is Thursday.)
(Instead: Grandma hung the laundry on the leash.); Lena is terrified and becomes quite pale.(Instead: Lena is frightened and becomes quite pale.)
(Instead: the doctor prescribed me an antibiotic;); She’s doing internshipsright now.(Instead: She’s doing an internship right now.)
(Instead: applications had different statuses.); There was something wrong with the pace.(Instead: Something was wrong with the tempi.)
(Instead: that doesn’t make sense.); At the end of the day, we will not sell anything with this strategy.(Instead: At the end of the day, we won’t sell anything with this strategy.)
(Instead: She apparently had a dog. The “apparent” would mean she was pretending to have a dog.)
(Instead: He has already repaired more than fourteen cars.)
The list could certainly be continued.