The adjectives are similar to those of some articles, with the exception of the adjective “-en” in the male and castrating genitivsingulier. (Note: the male and genetic singular was originally “-il,” as might be expected, but the weak end “-en” began to supplant it until the 17th century, and became common with the mid-18th century. ) In the plural without the article you have: old houses, old cats, old dogs. Theoretically, one could also have the singular without items, giving: old house, old cat, old dog. Strong ends, weak ends, no end. Some articles, indeterminate articles. The word, one word. Singulier, plural. Nominative, accusatory, dative, genital. That`s right. The attribute superlative form adds the “st” and then the conventional adjective to the comparative root.
In the event of a battery, you would describe nostantiv as an object or action or movement. So let`s take the examples “without a house, without a cat and without a dog” because you do something without including the cat, the dog or the house. The following variation tables give an overview of the adjectives` declination with the final, indeterminate article and not an article in the four German cases. As we work with the same determinative and adjective configuration, we still use #1 declination models that require that the determinant take strong declination and the adjective the low declination. It makes more sense to talk about variations in general, which applies not only to adjectives, but also to determinants (as shown above). Take z.B. Adjectives. Is it really important to know if we say, z.B. the little man vs. the little man vs.dem little man?! English translation: other dissidents form the anti-war faction within the party. English translation: I grew up in Lahème de Hesse Rhineland. The same thing happens in the castrated form you will see below: Finally, and I would bet my house on: you will not learn about the declination of rungs (z.B.
when do you need the use of strong declination vs. of the weak? And what about these three variations?) Everywhere else and you really have to be. Gotcha is covered! Keep reading! The 5 set-top boxes (-r, -n, -m, -e, -s) are paired in strong and weak combos that are recycled in the All-In-One Declensions Chart. The following tables show how this rule is applied. The hard endings are yellow and the adjectives “soft” are emphasized. For a particular article, the end of the adjective is always sweet: the two ingredients of the magic formula are therefore the two famous aspects of the language of “oh-my-god-I-can-never-learn-German” – like the German order of words.