2Two Types of Adjective Endings der, die, dasjeder, jede, jedesdieser, diese, dieseswelcher, welche, welcheseinmeindeinkeinseinihrunsereuer“der” words“ein” words
3How to Use ThisTo know what adjective ending you are supposed to use at a certain time, just click on the article that is present and what gender and case it is in, and this will give you what adjective ending you should use.If the actual article is not in any of the charts, then think about if it is a “der” word or an “ein” word and what gender/ case it is in.
4How to Use This (Cont.)To go back to the table that you were on after going to an adjective ending, click the button at the bottom of the slide that looks like a page, then select the “last viewed” option.
5“der” Words Adjective Endings Chart GenderNominativAkkusativDativGenitivMaskulinderdendemdesFeminindieNeutraldasPlural
6“ein” Words Adjective Endings Chart GenderNominativAkkusativDativGenitivMaskulineineineneinemeinesFeminineineeinerNeutralPluralkeinekeinenkeiner
7How to Use The Third Chart The third chart is just for words in a sentence with no article.All that you have to do is know the gender and case of your noun, then go and find the result on the chart.Whatever is listed will be your adjective endings.
8No Article Words Adjective Endings Chart GenderNominativAkkusativDativGenitivMaskulin-er-en-emFeminin-eNeutral-esPlural
9-e The adjective ending that you need is “-e” This applies to the articles of:der- masculine, nominativedie- feminine, nominative and accusativedas- neutral, nominative and accusativeeine- feminine, nominative and accusativeno article- feminine, nominative and accusativeno article- plural, nominative and accusative
10-en The adjective ending that you need is “-en” This ending applies to the articles of:die- plural, nominative and accusativeden- masculine, accusative; plural, dativedem- masculine and neutral, dativeder- feminine, dative and genitive; plural, genitivedes- masculine and neutral, genitivekeine- plural, nominative and accusativeeinen- masculine, accusativeeinem- masculine and neutral, dativeeiner- feminine, dative and genitivekeinen- plural, dativeeines- masculine and neutral, genitivekeiner- plural, genitiveno article- masculine, accusative; plural, dative; masculine and neutral, genitive
11-er The adjective ending that you need is “-er” This ending applies to the article of:ein- masculine, nominativeno article- masculine, nominative; feminine, dative; feminine and plural, genitive
12-es The adjective ending that you need is “-es” This ending applies to the article of:ein- neutral, nominative and accusativeno article- neutral, nominative and accusative