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How to say I have no…….
Do you remember, how to say: I have a ballpoint pen ?
Well, here it is: Subj.VerbObj. Ichhabeeinen Kuli Ihave a ballpoint pen
So, now you want to say that you have no ballpoint pen. No problem!!!!
Here it goes: Subj.VerbObj. Ichhabe einen Kuli Ihave no ballpoint pen k
Have you noticed…..? einen Kuli has become k einen Kuli
So, in order to say that you have no just stick a k in front of the Object! Simple!
Well, here it is for a feminine object: Subj.VerbObj. Ichhabe eine Schere Ihave no scissors k
Subj.VerbObj. Ichhabe ein Buch Ihave no book k And here it is for a neuter object:
Subj.VerbObj. Ichhabe Ihave And finally, here it is for a PLURAL object: eine Buntstifte k no colouring pencils
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