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“What’s mine is yours” – The possessive pronoun in German

“What’s mine is yours” – The possessive pronoun in German Show a property by Possessivpronomen Pronouns are small words that describe a noun in more detail. “Possessive pronouns” describe possession more precisely, they are also called possessive pronouns. Possessive pronouns are declinable. This means that they change depending on the context in which they are […]

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The German Relative pronouns

The German Relative pronouns – learn German Grammar If you want to learn German grammar, you have to learn the pronouns. Pronouns are little words that we use to avoid repeating a verb. You probably already know the pronouns for people: ich, du, er, sie, es, etc.  But there is another special group of pronouns: relative […]

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The personal pronoun in German

The personal pronoun – learn German Grammar Pronouns are words which closely describe and refer to a noun. Personal pronouns put emphasis on a noun which has already been named in a context and replace it. They’re important words and have to be declined in German grammar. What are pronouns and personal pronouns? In a […]

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Comparison of German adjectives

Comparison of adjectives – German Grammar rules German has surprises in store. Such as when we want to increase adjectives. How do we do that when we compare two things? Your German grammar journey starts here… There are three levels of enhancement: the positive form, the comparative form and the superlative form. When do we use […]

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Subjunctive II (Konjunktiv II) in German

German Subjunctive II (Konjunktiv II) – how to form it, and practice Subjunctive II is a specific case in German grammar which is often used, and with different meanings. But don’t panic! We’ll look at it in a moment. In the following post you’ll find how to form the Subjunctive II in the present and the […]

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Partizip I and II – Rules and Usage in the German Language

Partizip I and II – Rules and Usage in the German Language In the German language, there is a difference between participle I and participle II. While the participle I expresses actions that are still taking place or are in progress, the participle II expresses actions that have already been or have been completed. A […]

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Which prepositions take the Akusativ form in German?

Prepositions which need the Accusative Explaining the correct case to use with a preposition is one of the most difficult lessons in a German course. German grammar uses one of the four cases in connection with a certain preposition to form sentences. To help you navigate this ‘Preposition Jungle’ with slightly more ease, you will […]

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Which prepositions follow the Genitiv form?

Prepositions that follow the Genitiv form: The genitiv usually describes ownership. For example: Der Mantel des Mannes ist schick.  (Whose coat is chic?) Genitiv is also followed by certain prepositions. These are for example: während, aufgrund, trotz, innerhalb oder anstatt. They can be divided into the following categories: Indication of Place – prepositions with genitiv […]

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Prepositions with Dativ – The Dativ in German grammar

Prepositions with Dativ – Using the Dativ in German The German grammar uses the dativ or the third case to denote the receiver of the action. The typical question about is therefore “to whom?” Thus, for example, in the sentence “Der Mann gab dem Mädchen eine Rose” the question is “Wem gab der Mann eine […]

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