but; to at emphasis or stress importance
but; "to be sure, but..." alone = agreement
so, thus, therefore, then; suggest logical conclusion
also, stresses agreement, in a question=rhetorical statmt
only, mearly, simply
Then: tones dow question or makes it rheterical
expresses dissagreement or 'I am right,arn't I"
just; as in "thats just how it is" ( as an adj = "level")
actually,(as adj=actual) often used to change conversn
simply or "just" (not "simple" as opposed to complex) adj=simple ordinary
only, in sense of "less than expected"
only, in sense of limiting or adding importance/urgancy
suggests possibility, in quests, usually not desrble
used to emphasize a negitive or a surprise
in questn, polite request to repeat ; cld be "at same time"
just; used much like "eben"
indicates something not comming up to expectations
yes, emphasizes agreement, opposite of "doch"
sometime, someday: usually in a command to make it less blunt (often with doch)
"Still" 1)indicates something adsditional 2)with time =suggests longer than or later than expected
"now or well" in sense of putting aside past discussion and moving on
"quiet" in sense of politly sayin "don't object" adj = quiet
already,suggests agreement with some reservation, implies some doubt or reservation
"anyway" "in any case" implies something is so
"at all" "anyhow", makes a statement more general
expresses surprize, in questions suggest negitive answer expected, (as a adverg = perhaps
express some degree of uncertanty (adverb ="well" "fully"),
used with "aber in a following clause = "although"; und zwar =="nanely' or "in fact"
else: sonst noch etwas=anthing else?
not at all
"just" right now; Could be "straight ahead"