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Adjectives after der words(der, die, das and dieser, jeder, welcher, solcher, mancher) Masculine Feminine Neuter Plural Nominative -e -en Accusative Dative Genitive
Adjective endings after ein words (ein, kein, mein,dein, sein, ihr. sein, unser, euer, ihr, Ihr) Masculine Feminine Neuter Plural Nominative -er -e -es -en Accusative Dative Genitive
Unpreceded adjectivesMasculine Feminine Neuter Plural Nominative -er -e -es Accusative -en Dative -em Genitive
with Jan Delay’s “Für immer und Dich”
Adjective Endings. Nominative case There are two adjective ending in the nominative case for –der words: -e or –en Masculine: Der blaue Regenmantel ist.
English relative pronouns are Which Who Whom Whose That
Case Review What does case refer to?. Nominative Case Nominative Case = Subject The subject performs the action of the verb. I buy a CD. Who or what is.
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CASES (Kasus) Sorry, you can’t avoid them in German.
Es gibt kein Restaurant. There is no restaurant..
1.3 Lektion 1 F ü hlen und erleben STRUKTUREN © and ® 2012 Vista Higher Learning, Inc Nominative and accusative cases; pronouns and possessive adjectives.
The Secret of the German Language Lesson 6: Today will be a good day. Today those little orphaned endings will be adopted. This shows the humanity of the.
Der Genitiv The genitive case in German shows possession and is expressed in English by the possessive "of" or an apostrophe-s ('s).
The Secret of the German Language
For each adjective presented here, pretend that the noun in parentheses is actually present. Ask yourself the following questions about the adjective:
Adjective Declension in German
Technik und Medien Englisch Deutsch. anmachen To turn on.
CASES (Kasus) Sorry, you cant avoid them in German. So, lets try to understand them one last time.
Das ist simon. Er spitzname ist simo Das ist Kelsey. Ihre spitzname ist kels.
WAS LERNEN WIR UND WARUM? What are we learning and why?
Singular Nominative & Accusative Possessive Adjectives
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