Deutsche Grammatik

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Deutsche Grammatik
How do you find the case of a noun
or pronoun?
But what is a case?
A case is a situation a noun or a
pronoun is in within a clause. It
is a particular part of speech—the
function it has in the sentence.
Let’s check for the case of the
noun or pronoun.
It could be in :
•Nominative
•Accusative
•Dative
•Genitive
Is your noun “doing” the verb?
If so, it is the subject of the sentence and is
NOMINATIVE.
z.B: Heute geht meine Mutter mit mir einkaufen.
Is there a preposition in front of
the noun phrase or pronoun?
If so, then use the case the preposition
requires.
an
über
z. B.: Er arbeitet auf dem Dach.
vor
zwischen
If that doesn’t work, try this…
Can you put the English words “of”
or”from” in front of the phrase?
If so, then your phrase is in
GENETIVE !
z. B: Die Schwester meines Freundes wohnt in
Italien.
So, you still haven’t found the
right case, yet??
Can you put “to” or “for” in front
of the phrase and it makes sense?
Then your noun or pronoun
is in
DATIVE case!!!
z.B: Wann gibst du seiner Tochter den Job?
Still not happy?
Well, the rest is easy!
Everything else is in
ACCUSATIVE case!!!
z. B.: Ich schreibe eine Prüfung in der Mathestunde.
YOU DID IT !!
GRATULIERE !
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