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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Try to remember the ones you like, and to use them in class, on your written work, and when you’re talking to yourself: This way I finally understood the declension of the adjective! Some nouns get an additional ending as well. Hier ist eine kleine Lampe. Ich sehe den neu adjektivendungeen Professor. Besides the “normal” articles there are some words adhektivendungen have the same function as “normal” articles.

If YES if the article is in its original formmove on to question 3. German adjective endings with the definite article der, die, das ….

There is a determiner present here: When a German gets his eeutsch on an adjective, he declines it, and keeps on declining it until the common sense is all declined out of it. The tall woman is wearing a hat.

If you are unsure which gender or case is required you can often recognize it with the help of the the article which precedes the adjective.

History of Berlin Fill in the adjective endings in a series of statements about adjektivendjngen history of Berlin. What does this mean exactly? There are two ways to use adjectives in a sentence: Quandary Mazes Step by step practice [coming eventually]. When this case-ending is not used by the accompanying word, it has to be used by the adjective.


There is no determiner present here. You know that in German a noun always uses a certain case nominative, dative, etc.

There are a few special cases: This references the second keep in mind described above. Wir lieben die deutsxh en Babys. Ich spreche mit der netten Frau.

If YES if the noun is singularmove on to question 4. Very often we, teachers, give our students simply adjektivenudngen or 4 tables, which they have to learn by heart.

If you adjekticendungen for indefinite article, singular, male, accusative you’ll find the ending “en”. If you look for indefinite article, singular, male, nominative you find the ending “er”. Notes If there is more than one adjective preceding a noun, they will all take the same ending. Look for singular, female, nominative. How do you find out which ending you have to use? Anna Stefanou from Neustadt, Germany, developed an excellent overview and allowed me to present it deutssch you on my website.

The noun we analyse is “Frau”. In the video I explain, how the table works an how you can use it immediately in you German lessons.

When you UNDERSTAND how German adjective endings work, you only need to learn ONE TABLE!

Anna has done a really great job. But who can memorize this? Teacher of German as a foreign language. If the adjective does not precede the nounit takes no ending!


Exercise 2

They can also be used by the adjectives. If an adjective does not precede a noun, reutsch rather occurs as a descriptive adjective after the noun, then it does not have any ending.

The noun we have to consider here is “Brief”. All you have to do is to answer adjektivenddungen 4 questions and the look for the right ending in the deeutsch. German adjective endings without article.

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. German Grammar Worksheets for students and teachers. If NO if the noun is pluraladd -en.

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Resources for German Students and Teachers. What kind of article have the noun? She’s got a nice sister. Die Frau, der Frau, eine Frau, and einer Frau all show gender.

Sie isst frisch es Brot. The following are a few common adjective nouns: When you’ve found the correct answer, check the feedback box for an explanation of the meaning of the expression. Ich schreibe einen lang en Brief.

Der Mann wird alt. Moreover the relationships adiektivendungen the interrogative pronouns, the declension of the article and adjective and the personal pronoun are developed.