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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Articles are words like der, die, das, ein, mein, deutsc, dieser, jeder, etc. Hier ist eine kleine Lampe. There is no determiner present here: Determiners Determine whether ddeutsch not the adjectives in these statements about determined people are preceded by determiners.

Anna has done a really great job. Adjektivendungen theory, 4 pages. German adjective endings without article. When you’ve found the correct answer, check the feedback box for an explanation of the meaning of the expression. If YES if the article already shows the gender: There are two ways to use adjectives in a sentence: There is no determiner present here.

If YES if there is an article alreadymove on to question 2. Besides the “normal” articles there are some words which have the same function as “normal” articles. The noun we have to consider here is “Brief”. You will be asked 20 questions. A plural form of “ein” doesn’t exist.


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Very often we, teachers, give our students simply 3 or 4 tables, which they have to learn by heart. The Awful German Language. 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.

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

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.

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With some effort, you should be able to adjektivendunngen the correct endings on adjectives without having to refer to a massive diagram or chart. Ich habe eine alte Katze. Viel and wenig take no adjective endings in the singular when they are not preceded by a determiner which they usually aren’t: German adjective endings with the definite article der, die, das …. Wir lieben die klein en Babys.

For more details check Deklination der Substantive. Strong Deutschh No “Determiner” Present. If you look for indefinite article, singular, male, accusative you’ll find the ending “en”.


In the video I explain, how the table works an how you can use it immediately in you German lessons.

Exercise 2 Die Adjektivdeklination I(easy) – Learn German online

duetsch Das Bett ist warm. Please keep reading, if you do not want to become just as desperate about it as he was …. If the adjective does not precede the nounit takes no ending! Look for singular, female, nominative.

If this is confusing for you, please feel free to consult a textbook or click here for a good traditional explanation. Examples of deuysch adjectives: So it must be “ein nett er Mann”.

The disadvantage is that you have to learn a not very complicated new concept which you will find only on this page: They require you to put the correct ending at the end of the adjective as well. The noun we analyse is “Frau”. Teacher of German as a foreign language. This exercise, compiled by Dr. Resources for German Students and Teachers. This references the second keep in mind described above.