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German grammar - the four cases #3 adjective endings

Angelika Davey, Here to help people "learning German with a smile"

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11 Videos (31m)
    • Adjective endings

      1:55
    • Adjective endings in the nominative case

      3:09
    • Adjective endings in the nominative your turn

      2:15
    • Adjective endings in the accusative case

      2:19
    • Adjective endings in the accusative case your turn

      2:16
    • Adjective endings in the dative case

      1:28
    • Adjective endings in the dative case your turn

      1:18
    • Adjective endings in the genitive case

      1:55
    • Adjective endings in the genitive case your turn

      1:31
    • What we now know

      5:30
    • How to practise on your own

      7:40

About This Class

Welcome to the third of my German cases classes!

In this class we will learn what endings adjectives need when they are in front of a noun.

This class requires a some knowledge of German, especially about the 4 cases. If you're not familiar with them, please check my class about the four cases #1 back to basics and / or the four cases #2 the prepositions. Of course, if you are okay with those, then ignore part 1 and 2.

If you have only just started to learn German, then this course may not be for you, but save it for later. Then, as soon as you are ready to learn about adjective endings in German, you can watch the videos to help you along.

If you are an intermediate student, then this class is for you.
Advanced German learners but also find it useful just to go back to the basics of adjective endings, as in textbooks they are often explained in bits and pieces, rather than all together.

In this class you will learn about the difference between adjectives in front of a noun or behind a noun. You will find out about the changes depending on whether the noun is masculine, feminine, neuter or plural and whether it's in the nominative, accusative, dative or genitive case. And you will learn how to practise on your own plus you'll get a worksheet for your project.

At the end of the class you will have a better understanding of German adjectives, which will help you when writing your own German text or when reading German articles.

A few free coupons are available here:  http://skl.sh/2yJ5l7k

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Danke! 
Angelika

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Angelika Davey

Here to help people "learning German with a smile"

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