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only
(As adjective "the only [x]" as well as a pronoun "the only one". German can skip the "one" here.)
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only
(As an adverb, extremely rare but in prose, writers sometimes start the sentence with it. )
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"Only" in German - "erst, nur, einzig"

'Only' has three translations in German - nur, erst and einzig-. Today, we'll explore what the differences are between them and see when to use which one.


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