Web-based quizzes on German adjective endings and declination. Explanation of German adjective endings and declination. Adjektivendungen – Gezeigt wird ein sicheres System, um die richtige German. English. Sie hat eine nette Schwester. Deutsches Brot schmeckt sehr gut.
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The noun we have to consider here is “Brief”.
If NO if the noun is pluraladd -en. Very often we, teachers, give our students simply 3 or 4 tables, which they have to learn by heart.
Ich sehe die jungen Kinder. Ich spreche mit der netten Frau. The Awful German Language. A plural form of “ein” doesn’t exist. If YES if the article is in its original formmove on to question 3. If YES if there is an article alreadymove on to question 2. The adjective which describes the letter is “lang”. Diagnostic Exercises check if you’ve mastered this topic! If YES if the article already shows the gender: When you are finished, click “Submit” if you are satisfied with your score.
In principle adjekgivendungen now really only have to learn one table, and this is for the cases where the case-ending precedes the adjective. Das Bett ist warm. Learn why this pot will help you with this. Learning German Grammar with Mnemonics – for students and teachers! Student of the 7th grade, German school Tenerife.
Ich schreibe einen lang en Brief. If this is confusing for you, please feel free to consult a textbook or click here for a good traditional explanation. You have probably noticed that I added certain endings to the adjektivensungen in the messages I sent you. Now let’s have a look at the table for definite articles. Die Frau, der Frau, eine Frau, and einer Frau all show gender.
From this arises the first of both the principles for the declension of the adjective:. That’s why I replaced it here by “kein”. In addition, abstractions such as “the good” or “the new” can be adjektievndungen from adjectives. They can also adjketivendungen used by the adjectives. Determiners Determine whether or not the adjectives in these statements about determined people are preceded by determiners. Moreover the relationships between the interrogative pronouns, the declension of the article and adjective and the personal pronoun are developed.
Adjective endings are usually the least favorite part of learning German, from both the students’ and the teacher’s viewpoints. Ich trinke kalten Kaffee gern.
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Incorrect guesses will reduce your score. Deutsch es Brot schmeckt sehr gut. When you’ve found the correct answer, check the feedback box for an explanation of the meaning of the expression.
I write a long letter.
Ich habe eine alte Katze. As you see, pretty much the only articles which do not show gender are ein and its equivalents mein, dein, sein, ihr, unser, euer, Ihr. Wo ist das viel e Geld, das ich dir gegeben hatte? Please keep reading, if you do not want to become just as desperate about it as he was ….
Anna has done a really great job. Der Mann wird alt. If you look for indefinite article, singular, male, accusative you’ll find the ending “en”. Articles are words like der, die, das, ein, mein, unser, dieser, jeder, etc. Each question involves a German idiom or figure of speech. Sie isst das frisch e Brot.
Drill Some purely mechanical practice at filling in adjective endings. Other words which have the same function as articles. Meine Katze ist alt.
Strong Endings No “Determiner” Present. This references the first keep in mind above. Resources for German Students and Teachers. Quandary Mazes Step by step practice [coming eventually].
I can’t make them fun, adjektivendungfn I can at least make them a little easier. Anna Stefanou from Neustadt, Germany, developed an excellent overview and allowed me to adjektivendunen it to you on my website. Viel and wenig take no adjective endings in the singular when they are not preceded by a determiner which they usually aren’t: Da ist der klein e Mann.
Besides the “normal” articles there are some words which have the same function as “normal” articles.