Month: April 2021

Regular Verbs German Practice

Regular verbs in German are conjugated according to the subject performing the action. The endings vary according to the personal pronoun: Pronoun Ending Example (Fragen) ich -e Frage du -st Fragst er/es/sie -t Fragt wir -en Fragen ihr -t Fragt sie -en Fragen Sie -en Fragen   Activities!   1) Conjugate the “Singen” verb a) …

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Dative Case German Practice

The dative case should be used with: Indirect object (most of the times) Dative verbs Dative prepositions Answer the “to whom?” question   Gender Definite Article Indefinite Article Masculine Dem Einem Feminine Der Einer Neutral Dem Einem Plural Den –   Activities!   1) Which words below are accusative prepositions? a) Nach or Ohne? Answer: …

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Nominative Case German Practice

The nominative case is used with the subject of a sentence. It can be a definite or indefinite article, according to the gender of the subject: Gender Definite Article Indefinite Article Masculine Der Ein Feminine Die Eine Neutral Das Ein Plural Die –   In addition to being used as an article of the subject, …

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Accusative Case German Practice

The accusative case is used in the sentence predicate and should be used with: • Direct object • Accusative verbs • Accusative prepositions • Some temporal locutions   The articles are declined like this: Gender Definite Article Indefinite Article Masculine Den Einen Feminine Die Eine Neutral Das Ein Plural Die – It is time to …

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