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 tall woman is wearing a hat. Teacher of German as a foreign language. Some nouns get an additional ending as well. This references the first keep adjektivendungwn mind above.

If YES if there is an article alreadymove on to question 2. You will be asked 20 questions. A plural form of “ein” doesn’t exist.

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If NO if there is no article: There are 15 items, so keep clicking on “weiter” when you finish a page. Very often we, teachers, give our students simply 3 or adjektivrndungen tables, which they have to learn by heart. So it must be “ein nett er Mann”. Ich habe eine alte Katze.

Determiners Determine whether or not the adjectives in these statements about determined people are preceded by determiners. 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: A nice man is sitting adjektivwndungen the cafe.


If this is confusing for you, please feel free to consult a textbook or click here for a good traditional explanation. Ich sehe den neu en Professor. What kind of article have the noun? The disadvantage is that you have to learn a not very complicated new concept which you will find only on this page: In German grammar the case is indicated by the definite article. Weak Endings “Determiner” Present: I see the new professor. Yes, they do require some memorization, but there is a logic to them.

Look for singular, female, nominative.

Deutsches Bier schmeckt gut. Quandary Mazes Step by step practice [coming eventually]. Strong Endings No “Determiner” Present. All attributive adjectives — that is, adjectives that precede a noun which deutsvh modify — MUST show declension, i. If YES if the article already shows the gender: 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.

But who can memorize this? Wir lieben unsere klein en Babys. Anna Stefanou from Neustadt, Germany, developed an excellent overview and allowed me adjektivendunngen present it to you on my website. German bread taste very good. They can also be used by the adjectives. Meine Katze ist alt. When a German adjektivendjngen his hands on an adjective, he declines it, and keeps on declining it until the common sense is all declined out of it.


The noun we analyse is “Frau”.

Student of the 7th grade, German school Tenerife. Besides the “normal” articles there are some words which have the same function as “normal” articles. I can’t make them fun, but I can at least make them a little easier.

The famous writer Mark Twain used to make fun of the phenomenon of German adjective endings. I write a long letter. Hier ist eine kleine Lampe. If you look for indefinite article, singular, male, nominative you find the ending “er”.

From this arises the first of both the principles for the declension of the adjective:. adjektivendunyen

Articles are words like der, die, das, ein, mein, unser, dieser, jeder, etc. Da ist der klein e Mann. Die Frau, der Frau, eine Frau, and einer Frau all adjektivendjngen gender. Resources for German Students and Teachers. Learn the most important subordinators with ONE simple pictogram Learn accusative prepositions with mnemonic images.

Ich sehe die jungen Kinder. Diagnostic Exercises check if you’ve mastered this topic! Click here to review the ein-word endings.

Exercise 2

The adjective which describes the letter is “lang”. For more details check Deklination der Substantive. When this case-ending is not used by the accompanying word, it has to be used by the adjective.