The German Cases [& How to Stop Making Mistakes]
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The German Cases [& How to Stop Making Mistakes]

What are German Cases? The German cases (Die Kasus / Die Fälle) are the four grammatical cases which change depending the role each noun has in any sentence. The four German cases are: Nominative Accusative Dative Genitive Every time you use a noun or a pronoun in a sentence, it gets assigned one of these…

This is Better! How to Form German Comparative & Superlative
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This is Better! How to Form German Comparative & Superlative

When you start learning German, you’ll learn about adjectives (describing words) in their basic form, such as ‘German is easy‘. But before long you’ll want to compare two things in a sentence such as ‘German is easier than Korean’. You might even want to make a statement such as ‘German is not the easiest language…

100 Most Useful German Adjectives [with Example Sentences!]
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100 Most Useful German Adjectives [with Example Sentences!]

In this post we will take a look at 100 German adjectives and see them in context in example sentences. You will also discover just why it is so important to learn adjectives and how to use the German un- prefix to create opposites (think ‘happy’ and ‘unhappy’). Why Learn German Adjectives? Adjectives, commonly referred…

German Articles: How to Get Started Learning Them
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German Articles: How to Get Started Learning Them

Have you just started learning German, and are wondering about the German articles? What are they? Why are they important? How am I supposed to remember every article for every noun? If learning German articles is leaving you feeling like you’re banging your head against a wall, this post will guide you through the basics,…