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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Determiners Determine whether or not the adjectives in these statements about determined people are preceded by determiners. German adjective endings without article. Resources for German Students and Teachers.

Handout: Adjektivendungen

Now let’s have a look at the table for definite articles. German adjective endings with the definite article der, die, das …. On the other hand, it is possible for them both to end in -e feminine nominative or accusativeor for them both to end in -en masculine accusative and dative plural: Deutsdh ist ein klein er Mann.

All you have to do is to answer these 4 questions and the look for the right ending in the table. Detsch Endings “Determiner” Present: Many textbooks try to totally avoid any tables and treat the adjective and several accompanying words only incidentally, in the hope sdjektivendungen the adjektivendubgen practice and learn the rules of the German adjective endings more or less unconsciously.


Adjektivendungen theory, 4 pages. There is a determiner present here: This exercise will open in a new window, as its navigation buttons will take you to a web worksheet on art, and not back to this page on adjective endings.

If YES if there is an article alreadymove on to question 2. What kind of article have the noun? If you look for indefinite article, singular, male, accusative you’ll find the ending “en”.

The noun we analyse is “Frau”. I can’t make them fun, but I can at least make them a little easier. Adjective Nouns [Substantivierte Adjektive] When adjectives are used as nouns e. Learn the most important subordinators with ONE simple pictogram Learn accusative prepositions with mnemonic images. Diagnostic Exercises check if you’ve mastered this topic! This questions brings us to deutxch second principle, which helps us with the learning of German adjective endings:.

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You will be asked 20 questions. There is no determiner present here: The ending is “e”. Very often we, teachers, give our students simply 3 or 4 tables, which they have to learn by heart. Ich sehe den neu en Professor. For more details check Deklination der Substantive.


Exercise 2

Sie hat eine nett e Schwester. Wo ist das viel e Geld, das ich dir gegeben hatte? This exercise, compiled by Dr. Yes, they do require some memorization, but there is a logic to deutdch. This references the first keep in mind above. Die Deutsdh, der Frau, eine Frau, and einer Frau all show gender. Anna Stefanou from Neustadt, Germany, developed an excellent overview and allowed me to present it to you on my website.

Articles are words like der, die, das, ein, mein, unser, dieser, jeder, etc. German bread taste very good. In German grammar the case is indicated by the definite article.

A plural form of “ein” doesn’t exist. For students AND teachers of German grammar. From this arises the first of acjektivendungen the principles for the declension of the adjective:. Today I want to make clear when you have to use which ending.

If YES if the article already shows the gender: Examples of predicate adjectives: The following are a few common adjective nouns: