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10 terms
German grammar
the children (Nominative)
the children (Genitive)
the children (Dative)
the children (accusative)
die Kinder
der Kiner
den Kindern
die Kinder
the children (Nominative)
die Kinder
the children (Genitive)
der Kiner
20 terms
German Grammar
nominative pronouns
accusative pronouns
dative pronouns
which
ich, du, er/sie/es, wir, ihr, sie/Sie
mich, dich, ihn/sie/es, uns, euch, sie/Sie
mir, dir, ihm/ihr/ihm, uns, euch, ihnen/Ihnen
welche, welcher, welches
nominative pronouns
ich, du, er/sie/es, wir, ihr, sie/Sie
accusative pronouns
mich, dich, ihn/sie/es, uns, euch, sie/Sie
18 terms
German grammar
Klassenzimmer
Papier
Heft
Buch
das
das
das
das
Klassenzimmer
das
Papier
das
89 terms
German Grammar
ich bin
werden (+ infinitive)
werden (+ participle)
werden (+ no other verb)
I am (sein)
future tense
passive (it has become)
to become
ich bin
I am (sein)
werden (+ infinitive)
future tense
13 terms
German Grammar
Verb families are called
Give the three attributes of nouns:
The three genders are:
Nouns that name non-living things have
conjugations
gender, number, case
masculine, feminine, neuter
grammatical gender
Verb families are called
conjugations
Give the three attributes of nouns:
gender, number, case
257 terms
German Grammar
Present Perfect Tense-- Formation... How…
Past Perfect Tense-- Formation
gerade
schon
Haben/Sein (in present tense) + Past participle... TRANSITIVE (t…
Haben/Sein (in past tense) + Past Participle//She had seen/ h…
just
already
Present Perfect Tense-- Formation... How…
Haben/Sein (in present tense) + Past participle... TRANSITIVE (t…
Past Perfect Tense-- Formation
Haben/Sein (in past tense) + Past Participle//She had seen/ h…
44 terms
German Grammar
Ich (go)
Sie (go)
Monika und Micheal (go)
du (go)
gehe
gehen
gehen
gehst
Ich (go)
gehe
Sie (go)
gehen
34 terms
German Grammar
durch (akk)
entlang (akk)
für (akk)
gegen (akk)
through
along
for
against
durch (akk)
through
entlang (akk)
along
31 terms
German Grammar
Case
word order
nominative case
accusative case
indicates how certain words funciton within a sentence
does not indicate the function of nouns within a sentence
is used for the subject of a sentence and for predicate nouns
is used for most direct objects
Case
indicates how certain words funciton within a sentence
word order
does not indicate the function of nouns within a sentence
16 terms
German Grammar
nicht
kein
nein
ja
used after the verb to mean "not" or "don't"
used in front of noun to mean "no (whatever)"
no
yes
nicht
used after the verb to mean "not" or "don't"
kein
used in front of noun to mean "no (whatever)"
20 terms
German Grammar
nominative pronouns
accusative pronouns
dative pronouns
which
ich, du, er/sie/es, wir, ihr, sie/Sie
mich, dich, ihn/sie/es, uns, euch, sie/Sie
mir, dir, ihm/ihr/ihm, uns, euch, ihnen/Ihnen
welche, welcher, welches
nominative pronouns
ich, du, er/sie/es, wir, ihr, sie/Sie
accusative pronouns
mich, dich, ihn/sie/es, uns, euch, sie/Sie
10 terms
German grammar
en
er
en
e
Adjektive im Dativ mit Artikel:... Die Endung is immer -...... (Wer…
Adjektive ohne Artikel: Nominativ maskulin (singular)... alt...…
Adjektive ohne Artikel: Akkusativ maskulin (singular)... alt...…
Adjektive ohne Artikel: Nominativ/Akkusativ maskulin (plural)…
en
Adjektive im Dativ mit Artikel:... Die Endung is immer -...... (Wer…
er
Adjektive ohne Artikel: Nominativ maskulin (singular)... alt...…
8 terms
German grammar
Dieser
Dieses
diese
dieser
Masc nom
Masc acc
Fem nom
Fem acc
Dieser
Masc nom
Dieses
Masc acc
31 terms
German Grammar
statt
trotz
halber
während
genitiv
genitiv
genitiv
genitiv
statt
genitiv
trotz
genitiv
22 terms
German Grammar
Fahren
Schalgen
tragen
waschen
Fuhr, gefahren
Schlug, geschlagen
trug, getragen
wusch, gewaschen
Fahren
Fuhr, gefahren
Schalgen
Schlug, geschlagen
21 terms
German Grammar
Wohin? Def. M. (Wechselpräpositionen)
Wohin? Def. W. (Wechselpräpositionen)
Wohin? Def. N. (Wechselpräpositionen)
Wohin? Def. P. (Wechselpräpositionen)
den
die
das
die
Wohin? Def. M. (Wechselpräpositionen)
den
Wohin? Def. W. (Wechselpräpositionen)
die
German Grammar
dem
der
den
einem
der and das following a preposition
die (singular) following a preposition
die (plural) following a preposition
ein following a preposition
dem
der and das following a preposition
der
die (singular) following a preposition
16 terms
German grammar
Masculine nouns by category
Feminine nouns by category
Neuter nouns by category
Masculine endings
Male persons and animals... Seasons, months, days... Points of a…
Female persons and animals... Airplanes, motorcycles, ships... Ri…
Young humans and animals... Metals, chemicals, scientific units…
-ant... -ast... -ich... -ig... -ismus... -ling... -or... -us
Masculine nouns by category
Male persons and animals... Seasons, months, days... Points of a…
Feminine nouns by category
Female persons and animals... Airplanes, motorcycles, ships... Ri…
7 terms
German grammar
mai und nada
ich und nina
meine mutter und du
herr, frau
sie pl.
wir
ihr
Sie ( gross )
mai und nada
sie pl.
ich und nina
wir
German Grammar
ich kaufe
du kaufst
er/sie kauft
wir kaufen
i buy
you buy
he/ she buys
we buy
ich kaufe
i buy
du kaufst
you buy
20 terms
German Grammar
Positiv
Komparativ
Superlativ
Pronouns
Adjective or Verb is in original state
Adjective is comparing two things
Adjective is in most extreme form of comparison
Refers to persons and things like "I, you, he, she, it"
Positiv
Adjective or Verb is in original state
Komparativ
Adjective is comparing two things
20 terms
German Grammar
nominative pronouns
accusative pronouns
dative pronouns
which
ich, du, er/sie/es, wir, ihr, sie/Sie
mich, dich, ihn/sie/es, uns, euch, sie/Sie
mir, dir, ihm/ihr/ihm, uns, euch, ihnen/Ihnen
welche, welcher, welches
nominative pronouns
ich, du, er/sie/es, wir, ihr, sie/Sie
accusative pronouns
mich, dich, ihn/sie/es, uns, euch, sie/Sie
15 terms
German Grammar
-er
-en
-el
-in
Masculine
Masculine
Masculine
Feminine
-er
Masculine
-en
Masculine
22 terms
German grammar
I had done
will have done
would do
would have done
Ich hatte gemacht
werde gemacht haben
würde machen
würde gemacht haben
I had done
Ich hatte gemacht
will have done
werde gemacht haben
13 terms
German Grammar
Acc. pronoun
Dative pronoun
Nom pronoun
Gen pronoun
mich
mir
Ich
mein
Acc. pronoun
mich
Dative pronoun
mir
90 terms
German Grammar
Article: Nominative; Masculine
Article:Nominative; Feminine
Article: Nominative; Neuter
Article: Nominative; Plural
der or mein
die or meine
das or mein
die or meine
Article: Nominative; Masculine
der or mein
Article:Nominative; Feminine
die or meine
18 terms
German Grammar
Der
Das
Die
Dative prepositions:
ig-ling-or-ismus+er
Tum-chen-ma-ment-um-lein+nis
Heit-ung-keit-ei-schaft-ion-ie-tät-ik+ur+e
aus... außer... bei... gegenüber... mit... nach... seit... von ... zu
Der
ig-ling-or-ismus+er
Das
Tum-chen-ma-ment-um-lein+nis
31 terms
German Grammar
die Allee(n)
die Bevölkerung
das Bundesland(ä-er)
die Einwohner
avenue
population
federal state
inhabitant
die Allee(n)
avenue
die Bevölkerung
population
38 terms
German Grammar
When there are two verbs in a sentence…
When speaking about a noun as it...
Verb is always by...
The adverb goes after...
The second goes to end with no conjugation
Use er sie and Es based upon the nouns definite article (der,…
Subject of sentence
Verb(unless a question)
When there are two verbs in a sentence…
The second goes to end with no conjugation
When speaking about a noun as it...
Use er sie and Es based upon the nouns definite article (der,…
48 terms
German Grammar
I will
You will
He will
We will
Ich werde
Du wirst
er wird
wir werden
I will
Ich werde
You will
Du wirst
87 terms
German Grammar
Accusative Reflexive Pronouns
REMEMBER,..... is used to indicate the…
Direction and Place complements may lo…
Unlike prepositional objects, directio…
mich, dich, sich, uns, euch, sich
Dative ... (Er sah ihr in die Augen- ... He looked into her eyes)
optional, and are closely linked to the meaning of the senten…
vary the preposition
Accusative Reflexive Pronouns
mich, dich, sich, uns, euch, sich
REMEMBER,..... is used to indicate the…
Dative ... (Er sah ihr in die Augen- ... He looked into her eyes)
70 terms
German grammar
present passive
imperfect passive
perfect passive
pluperfect passive
wird/werde/werden.....past participle
wurde/wurden.....past participle
bin/ist/sind.....past participle worden
war/waren.....past participle worden
present passive
wird/werde/werden.....past participle
imperfect passive
wurde/wurden.....past participle
17 terms
German Grammar
Die Gruppenleiterin
erzählen, Erzählt, Erzählte, akk
belügen, belogen belog akk
Das Finanzamt -: er
group leader -woman
to explain
to lie to
tax office
Die Gruppenleiterin
group leader -woman
erzählen, Erzählt, Erzählte, akk
to explain
23 terms
German Grammar
mich
dich
ihn
sie
Me
You
Him
Her
mich
Me
dich
You
180 terms
German Grammar
What does the accusative denote?
What does the dative denote?
on it, for it/him/her
on him
movement
position
darauf
auf ihm
What does the accusative denote?
movement
What does the dative denote?
position
72 terms
Grammar for German
der Herr
der Junge
der Lehrer
der Deutschlehrer
the gentleman; Mr.
the boy
the m. teacher
the m. German teacher
der Herr
the gentleman; Mr.
der Junge
the boy
11 terms
German grammar
ein
kein
mein
dein
an or an or one
no or none or not any
my
your
ein
an or an or one
kein
no or none or not any
20 terms
German Grammar
nominative pronouns
accusative pronouns
dative pronouns
which
ich, du, er/sie/es, wir, ihr, sie/Sie
mich, dich, ihn/sie/es, uns, euch, sie/Sie
mir, dir, ihm/ihr/ihm, uns, euch, ihnen/Ihnen
welche, welcher, welches
nominative pronouns
ich, du, er/sie/es, wir, ihr, sie/Sie
accusative pronouns
mich, dich, ihn/sie/es, uns, euch, sie/Sie
20 terms
German Grammar
mein
dein
sein
unser
possessivpronomen: ich
possessivpronomen: du
possessivpronomen: er/sie/es
possessivpronomen: wir
mein
possessivpronomen: ich
dein
possessivpronomen: du
41 terms
German Grammar
der
das
die
die
the (masculine)
the (neuter)
the (feminine)
the (plural)
der
the (masculine)
das
the (neuter)
20 terms
Grammar German
What is the accusative?
What is the nominative?
What is the dative?
What are the endings for each case?
for the direct object of a sentence: who or what is being <ve…
ominative... for the subject of a sentence: who or what is doi…
Dative... • for the indirect object of a sentence. TO whom or F…
Nom Akk Dat... masc der den dem ... fem die die der ... neut das das…
What is the accusative?
for the direct object of a sentence: who or what is being <ve…
What is the nominative?
ominative... for the subject of a sentence: who or what is doi…
90 terms
German Grammar
Article: Nominative; Masculine
Article:Nominative; Feminine
Article: Nominative; Neuter
Article: Nominative; Plural
der or mein
die or meine
das or mein
die or meine
Article: Nominative; Masculine
der or mein
Article:Nominative; Feminine
die or meine
25 terms
German grammar
What are 3 ways to form question?
How do you use tag words
Can you use tag words interchageably?
Wie
Add tag word, inversion, question words
Add comma and tag word
Yes
How
What are 3 ways to form question?
Add tag word, inversion, question words
How do you use tag words
Add comma and tag word
24 terms
Grammar German
Man wollte
Sie wollen
Ich wollte
Ich will
One wants to CONDITIONAL
They want CONDITIONAL
I want- CONDITIONAL
I want
Man wollte
One wants to CONDITIONAL
Sie wollen
They want CONDITIONAL
30 terms
german grammar
ich bin
du bist
er/ sie/ es ist
wir sind
I am
you are
he/ she/ it/ is
we are
ich bin
I am
du bist
you are
89 terms
German Grammar
ich bin
werden (+ infinitive)
werden (+ participle)
werden (+ no other verb)
I am (sein)
future tense
passive (it has become)
to become
ich bin
I am (sein)
werden (+ infinitive)
future tense
35 terms
German "Grammar"
Bis
Denn
Weil
Damit
Tot
Want
Omdat
Opdat
Bis
Tot
Denn
Want
13 terms
German Grammar
Der
Die
Das
Ein
The (Masculine)
The (Feminine)
The (Neuter)
A/An (Masculine)
Der
The (Masculine)
Die
The (Feminine)
8 terms
Grammar~German
Mein
Dein
Sein
Ihr
My
Your
His
Her
Mein
My
Dein
Your
49 terms
German 3: Grammar Bootcamp
Nominativ
Nominativ
Akkusativ
Akkusativ
subject
Predicate Verbs (sein, heißen, bleiben, etc)
direct object
"Es gibt"
Nominativ
subject
Nominativ
Predicate Verbs (sein, heißen, bleiben, etc)
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